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Slinky Sued Ali Baba Storefronts in SDNY Lawyer Complains 4 Of His Clients Settled

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 18 – Poof-Slinky LLC sued a slew of copyright violators on AliBaba and AliExpress. But many have not shown up.  

     On September 22, 2020 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Edgardo Ramos held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

  Some defendants appeared and said they were willing to talk settlement with Slinky.

Jump cut to March 18, 2022 Judge Ramos held another conference after he granted Poof-Slinky's motion to dismiss "the Orel Defendants' counterclaims." Inner City Press again covered it.

 The defense lawyer complained that four of his client are listed as having settled, without him being involved. Poof-Slinky's lawyer said the four had reached out with another lawyer, saying that often happens in "these cases." A defense response is due in two weeks.

 The case is Poof-Slinky, LLC v. A.S. Plastic Toys Co., Ltd., et al., 19-cv-09399 (Ramos)


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