Paulsson Geophysical Servs. Inc. v. Sigmar, 07-50406
Grant of a preliminary injunction in order to prevent defendant from using plaintiff's trademarks and other proprietary information is affirmed where: 1) the court had proper subject matter jurisdiction since defendant's activities had a substantial effect on U.S. commerce under the Lanham Act; 2) defendant used plaintiff's exact marks, supporting the court's finding of a likelihood of confusion; 3) plaintiff would have been irreparably harmed if defendant would have been allowed to work using plaintiff's mark.
- Decided 05/23/2008
- Published 05/23/2008
- PER CURIAM:, Before GARWOOD, CLEMENT and ELROD, Circuit Judges.
- United States Fifth Circuit
- For Appellees:
- David Paul Blanke (argued), Christopher L. Peele, Vinson & Elkins, Austin, TX, for Plaintiff-Appellee., Max L. Tribble, Jr., Joseph Samuel Grinstein, Aimee M. Robert, Susman Godfrey, Houston, TX, Warren Tavares Burns (argued), Susman Godfrey, Dallas, TX, for Defendants-Appellants.