E-Commerce Sellers Sued by Lululemon, Claims Counterfeiting and Trademark Infringement 

Lululemon is suing online sellers. As a result of the recent lawsuit, your online accounts may not be accessible to you. The reason for this is what’s known as a Temporary Restraining Order or TRO. Indeed, if the TRO has taken effect, you have already been prevented from touching your hard-earned dollars. According to Lululemon, you may have knowingly offered counterfeit and trademark infringing products to customers throughout the United States.

Absolutely Respond to the Notice: Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd. Case No. 22-cv-03706, Lululemon Sues for Counterfeiting and Trademark Infringement 

Lululemon, the US-Canadian athletic and lifestyle brand, is suing e-commerce sellers for the alleged sale of counterfeit and trademark infringing goods. To further explain, the lawsuit is targeting sellers who depend on digital marketplaces such as eBay, Etsy, Amazon, Wish.com, DHgate, AliExpress, and Alibaba, among others. Given that, you may want to simply ignore the notice, move on with your life and business dealings, and forget about it. However, if you fail to respond to the court, the TRO will maintain its hold on your accounts, causing further disruption. In addition, failure to respond could lead to a default judgment against you.

The Lawsuit is Not Spam: Respond to the Claim That You Are Selling Counterfeit and Trademark Infringing Products: E-Commerce Sellers Sued by Lululemon

Lastly, please, do not worry! Do not be intimidated by the Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd. lawsuit Case No. 22-cv-03706. Our team of seasoned and professional intellectual property attorneys will be available to you throughout the entire process. We will meticulously examine the details of your particular case and then develop a response to the notice so as to remove the Temporary Restraining Order from your e-commerce 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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