Web Hosting Firm Found Liable For Sales of Counterfeit Golf Clubs

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Last month, a federal jury found a Web hosting company liable for willful contributory infringement related to counterfeit golf clubs sold online. The plaintiff was awarded $70,000 in damages against the hosting firm (Roger Cleveland Gold Company Inc. v. Christopher Prince, et al., No. 2:09-cv-2119, D. S.C.).

Documents available:

  • Verdict Judgment
  • Amended complaint
  • Motion for summary judgment
  • Opposition to motion
  • Order denying summary judgment
  • Jury instructions

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