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In Trademark Default Off-White Sued 25 Storefronts But Did Not Brief Domain Turnover

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, August 2 –   OFF-WHITE sued a slew of storefronts and online businesses, who declined to show up in court.  

On February 1, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John P. Cronan held a default hearing. Inner City Press covered it.

Judge Cronan asked about these cases and was told that sometimes Paypal gives the plaintiffs information and sometimes not.

Here, none of the 25 defendants showed up.

Now on August 2, Judge Cronan held another conference, and Inner City Press again covered it. Still no defendants. But things were not entirely easy for the plaintiffs - it was noted that they had not briefed or provided any authority for the desired turnover of the domain name(s). They will file a motion for reconsideration.

The case is OFF-WHITE LLC v. 2019CHEAPJORDAN.COM, et al., 19-cv-8531 (Cronan)


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