Dyson Suing Online Sellers for Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting

The long and short of it is: Dyson is suing online sellers for trademark infringement and counterfeiting. Needless to say, as an e-commerce seller offering Dyson products, you may be enduring the negative effects of a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO). What a nuisance! For that reason, you are barred from accessing money earned from the sale of Dyson household appliances.  

Please Respond to the Notice! Case No. 22-cv-04546, Dyson Suing for Counterfeiting and Trademark Infringement 

To explain, Dyson claims e-commerce sellers like you sold counterfeit goods to consumers in the United States. Further, the lawsuit specifies that the platforms used for these transactions are Amazon, eBay, Wish.com, Alibaba, AliExpress, Etsy, and DHgate. Without question, we cannot emphasize how important it is that you provide a response to the court. To put it another way, a lack of a response will not eliminate the TRO and it may very well equate to a default judgment in favor of the plaintiff. 

E-Commerce Sellers Sued by Dyson: The Notice is NOT SPAM!

To conclude, with regard to Case No. 22-cv-04546, it is imperative that you seek the proper legal counsel. Our team of astute intellectual property attorneys will be available to you throughout the entire process. We will dedicate our years of niche experience in this area to providing you with the most effective response strategy. Ultimately, we want what you want: To lift the Temporary Restraining Order affecting your online seller accounts.

Contact us today for more information on this lawsuit. If you found this content helpful, check out our blog for new weekly updates for e-commerce sellers.

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