1st Technology LLC v. Bodog Entertainment Group S.A., et al.

Order Granting Plaintiff's Motion for Preliminary Injunction


This is a case where the client is seeking to set aside transfers of trademarks by a judgment debtor. The court granted the client's request for injunctive relief (preventing further transfers of the marks), rejecting defendants' arguments that trademarks are not subject to execution by a judgment creditor. There's a parallel state court lawsuit (referenced in the order) which seeks to execute on various domain names registered by or on behalf of the judgment debtor.

Executing on the intellectual property and domain names of judgment debtors will become more relevant going forward. Most companies have trademarks, domain names, and websites.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 9th Circuit, Washington | United States

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