2nd Circuit: Default Judgment In Trademark Case Not Erroneous

2nd Circuit: Default Judgment In Trademark Case Not Erroneous

NEW YORK - A trademark infringement defendant who "never answered the complaint, failed to comply with the district court's discovery orders, disrupted his own deposition and violated - on at least two occasions - a preliminary injunction" barring further use of the "Guggenheim" trademark was properly deemed in default, the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals wrote July 15 (Guggenheim Partners LLC et al. v. David Birnbaum, No. 11-3276, 2nd Cir.).

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