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Date: 01-13-2023

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Under Armour, Inc. v. Armorina, Inc.

Case Number: 1:19-cv-02417

Judge: Deborah L. Boardman

Court: United States District Court for the District of Maryland (Baltimore County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Doug Rettew

Defendant's Attorney: Christopher J. Lyon, J. Stephen Simms, Joseph D. Allen

Description: Baltimore, Maryland intellectual property lawyers represented Plaintiff, which sued Defendant on a trademark infringement theory under 15 U.S.C. 1051.

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How are trademarks enforced? Trademarks are enforced through cease and desist letters. Sending a cease and desist letter to the address of the infringer is usually the first course of action. In many cases, a cease and desist letter will be enough to persuade an infringer to leave your mark alone.


Outcome: 01/13/2023 115  JUDGMENT in favor of Under Armour, Inc. against Armorina Inc.. Signed by Judge Deborah L. Boardman on 1/13/2023. (kk5s, Deputy Clerk) (Entered: 01/13/2023)
01/13/2023 120  COURT'S TRIAL EXHIBIT LIST. (kk5s, Deputy Clerk) (Entered: 01/13/2023)
01/13/2023 121  Jury Notes. (kk5s, Deputy Clerk) (Entered: 01/13/2023)
01/13/2023 122  JURY VERDICT. (kk5s, Deputy Clerk) (Entered: 01/13/2023)
01/13/2023 123  -SEALED- JURY VERDICT Signed. (kk5s, Deputy Clerk) (Entered: 01/13/2023)

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