USA: Boo Ordered To Pay $1.2m In Trademark Case
Fashion apparel company Boom Club, Inc was awarded a $1,258,000 judgement against Boo.Com Group Ltd. an Internet-based retailer. Boom Club is the owner of the "Boom'' and "Boom Club'' brands. The case involved trademark infringement by Boo.Com for sales made in an Internet retailing operation. Boo.Com used the "Boom'' and "Cluboo'' brands without authorisation from Boom Club. The Court ruling found this infringed the "Boom'' and "Boom Cub'' trademarks. Boo.Com Group, which is now in liquidation, was also ordered to pay the approximately $1.2m in damages.
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