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Moradian Law has a wide and varied track record of successful legal decisions. From litigation and defense of intellectual property matters, to probate cases and patent negotiation, Moradian Law will endeavor to create a winning strategy to protect and enforce your particular legal needs.
Examples of successful results obtained by Moradian Law lawyers include:
Dahdoul Textiles, Inc. vs. Zinatex Imports, Inc., Case No. 2:15-cv-04011-ODW-AS (C.D. Cal.)
This copyright infringement action involving a carpet design was brought by rug importer based in Southern California against defendants based in Illinois and represented by Moradian Law, Defendants’ attorney persuaded the court to transfer the action to Illinois, where the plaintiff stopped pursuing the case.
Direct Wheel Inc. vs. Strada Wheels Inc., Case No. 2:15-cv-02580-GW-FFM (C.D. Cal.)
In this design patent infringement lawsuit over an allegedly infringing automotive wheel design, Moradian Law represented plaintiff and achieved a settlement, avoiding a trial which would have been time-consuming and expensive.
B.R. Guest, LLC vs. SOCO Hospitality Group LLC, Case No. 3:13-cv-00110-SI (N.D. Cal.)
An allegedly infringing menu design was the focus of this lawsuit between two fast-casual restaurants. A Moradian Law attorney representing defendant SOCO Hospitality Group ably negotiated a settlement quickly before trial, with a minimum of court involvement.
Oser Communications Group, LLC et al vs. Solar Energy Trade Shows, LLC, Case No. 8:12-cv-01534 (C.D. Cal.)
A publisher of a trade magazine brought an action for trade libel, and intentional and negligent interference with prospective economic relations against a trade show and trade group over allegedly disparaging e-mails sent to conference attendees about the publisher and its publication. A K+M LLP attorney successfully moved to dismiss the case, because even if everything the publisher alleged were true, the publisher had no case, because the e-mail messages contained truthful statements and were protected by freedom of speech.
Dorothy Fue Wong vs. Village Green Owners Association, Case No. 2:14-cv-03803 (C.D. Cal.)
The court dismissed this suit for an unspecified violation of intellectual property rights and various related claims by an author against a homeowners association, represented by a Moradian Law attorney. The author had undertaken to write a history of the Village Green, a condominium complex in Los Angeles, which applied for inclusion on the listing of National Historic Landmarks. The author, who claimed to have expended more than $146,000 on the project, sued the association for various wrongs. The association, represented by a Moradian Law lawyer, succeeded in moving the court to dismiss the incoherent complaint, on which the court ruled without any oral argument because the papers were sufficient for the court to decide the matter.
Golden State Foods Corp. vs. Columbia/Okura LLC, Case No. 2:13-cv-08150-RSWL-VBK (C.D. Cal.)
A fatal industrial accident took place in a plant of a supplier to McDonald’s of such things as packets of sauces for chicken nuggets, where heavy machinery crushed a worker to death. The food service supplier sued the maker of the mechanized equipment at the foodservice company’s factory. A K+M LLP lawyer scrutinized the contracts between the food service supplier and the equipment maker, and successfully moved for summary judgment on the basis that the food service supplier failed to engage in alternative dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration) before filing a lawsuit.
Kusha, Inc. vs. International Modern Investment, Case No. 3:12-CV-01140-LAB-MDD (S.D. Cal.)
The court transferred this trademark infringement action over the brand name “Royal” on food products. A K+M LLP attorney representing defendant persuaded the court that plaintiff had brought the action in the wrong place, because the only thing that happened there is that, after defendant placed the products bearing the allegedly infringing marks in the stream of commerce, some products eventually sold there. Defendant did not send the products there for sale, and there were no allegations or evidence that defendant passed off its goods as plaintiff’s there, or even knew they would be sold there.
Anthony Ormesher and Jose Alves vs. Roger Raskin, Case No. 2:09-cv-06161 (C.D. Cal.)
The songwriters of a song used in the motion picture “Slingshot” successfully sued for copyright infringement. Plaintiff songwriters had submitted the song to defendants who in turn claimed to be its songwriters when they submitted the song for inclusion in the film. A Moradian Law attorney succeeded in moving for summary adjudication on the issue of liability, because the uncontroverted evidence showed that that there was no need to try the issue. After the defendant songwriters filed for bankruptcy, plaintiffs’ attorney moved for relief from the automatic stay in bankruptcy, as well as bankruptcy adversary proceedings to determine that the damages for willful copyright infringement could not be discharged in bankruptcy. Plaintiffs’ attorney also succeeded in moving for monetary sanctions against defendants’ attorney. These steps taken after winning the motion for summary adjudication propelled a settlement of all the litigation.
Joe Solo vs. Jeremy Dawson, Case No. 8:09-cv-05623-JST-RC (C.D. Cal.)
A music publisher sued for copyright infringement regarding the hit song “Le Disko” by the band Shiny Toy Guns. A Moradian Law attorney represented Stephen Petree, the brother Chad Petree, of one of the band members. The court dismissed the case against Stephen Petree, who proved that he had written the song which band member Jeremy Dawson had re-worked into a new song for the band. As an author of the original song, Stephen Petree could not be an infringer.
SATA GmbH & Co. KG v. Mike Ghorbani, Opposition No. 91210813 (consolidated), (TTAB 2016)
Currently representing the trademark registrant in opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial & Appeal’s Board (TTAB). Our client’s position is that its mark EURO for spray guns and related goods is not geographically descriptive or misdecriptive.
Sealant Systems International Inc. v. T.E.K. Global S.R.L., Civil Action No. 11-cv-1649 (N.D. Cal.)
Represented client in a patent infringement lawsuit relating to power inflators containing adhesives for fixing of flat tires.
In re certain Polyimide Films, Investigation No. 337-TA-772, International Trade Commission
Represented client before the International Trade Commission (ITC) regarding infringement of multiple patents of polyimide films.
KV Pharmaceuticals Co. v. Lannett Company, Inc., Civil Action No. 08-338-JJF (D. Del.).
Danishefsky (Sloan-Kettering) v. Hoefle (Helmholtz-Zentrum fur Infektionsforschung Gmbh): Interference No. 105,298 (small organic compounds (epothilones) and methods of their use for treating cancer)
Represented client in a patent dispute before the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences. The patents related to small molecules for treatment of cancer.