Tag: false designation of origin

Hi-Tech Accuses Dynamic of Trademark Infringement and False Claims of Steroid Powered Products

On September 28, 2015, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“Hi-Tech”), a Georgia corporation, brought a trademark infringement action against Dynamic Sports Nutrition, LLC d/b/a Anabolic Research (“Dynamic”), and Brian Clapp (“Clapp”) (collectively Dynamic and Clapp are referred to as “Defendants”).  The complaint asserts claims for trademark infringement, false designation of […]

Seasoning Maker Swamp Dust LLC Files Trademark Complaint Against Competitor Cajun Wholesale

On September 2, 2014, LaGrange, Georgia-based company Swamp Dust, LLC filed a complaint against Louisiana-based Cajun Wholesale Distributing, Inc. and its director Ritchie Allen Romero (collectively, the “Defendants”) alleging trademark infringement, false designation of origin and unfair competition arising under the Federal Trademark Act (“the Lanham Act”) and […]

11th Circuit Affirms District Court Ruling in Favor of Defendants in Stormwater Filtration "Baffle Boxes" Trademark Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has issued its ruling in a trademark dispute between two competing manufacturers of baffle boxes — stormwater filtration devices that “remove debris, trash, oil and other pollutants from stormwater before the stormwater reaches lakes, rivers, and streams.”[1]  The Court […]