Crayola Lawsuit Against E-Commerce Sellers
Crayola Filing Lawsuit Against E-Commerce Sellers for Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting
The law firm Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd. is back at it again: Case No. 22-cv-03902. Crayola has filed a suit against e-commerce sellers. The company claims these folks have formed an organized counterfeiting ring. To be clear, the global crayon and art supply giant is primarily aiming the lawsuit at Chinese-based sellers. In other words, those utilizing multiple platforms, such as Amazon, Walmart, Wish.com, eBay, DHgate, and Etsy all over the world.
Chinese E-Commerce Sellers Sued by Crayola: Why Is This Happening to Me?!
Along these lines, Crayola further alleges that by defrauding the American marketplace, “significant health and safety risks” may occur. This is due to the fact that many of the company’s products are manufactured and advertised to children. In addition, e-commerce sellers are not subjected to enough scrutiny by the platforms themselves, so claims the suit. As a result, Crayola states they are incapable of determining each seller’s individual identity because they create too many online storefronts, as a way to develop a sort of smoke screen.
Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., Case No. 22-cv-03902: Crayola Lawsuit Against E-Commerce Sellers
Here’s the solution: You must develop a plan of action! Our top-tier intellectual property attorneys will work closely with you to create a RESPONSE. You must provide an Answer to the court because THE NOTICE IS NOT SPAM. We strongly urge you to take the complaint filed against you seriously! The associated TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER (TRO) will not vanish into thin air. And, we do not want you to be prohibited any longer from accessing the money your legitimate business has earned from selling Crayola products, as well as all other branded goods.
Absolutely Provide an Answer to the Court to Remove the Temporary Restraining Order
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