Online Sellers Named in Lawsuit Filed by Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., for The US Playing Card Company, Claiming Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting
The United States Playing Card Company Claims Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting, Case No. 22-cv-03211. Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the giant playing card producer and distributor The United States Playing Card Company (USPC). You may have been named in this suit if you are an e-commerce seller offering USPC products on Amazon, Walmart, Etsy, DHgate, Alibaba, Wish.com, and AliExpress. Accordingly, the USPC asserts that many sellers are deliberately offering trademark infringing or counterfeit products on the marketplace.
Amazon Sellers Named in Lawsuit Filed by Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., Card Company Claims Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting
Basically, the USPC alleges that e-commerce stores have made a complex effort to actively dupe the public into purchasing imitations of their actual products. Altogether, the lawsuit aims to determine that sellers like you are strategically masking your identity in order to avoid getting caught selling counterfeit goods. Additionally, online marketplace stores are damaging the good name of one of the biggest names in playing cards, by supposedly committing trademark infringement and counterfeiting.
E-Commerce Sellers Sued by The United States Playing Card Company: Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., Case No. 22-cv-03211
Although this may not be true, we urge you to respond to the notice. The lawsuit filed by the USPC is absolutely valid and real. THE NOTICE YOU RECEIVED IS NOT SPAM. As a result, it is imperative that you provide a RESPONSE. Failure to do so will permit the TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER (TRO) against your business to remain active. Furthermore, a lack of an Answer to the court may result in a Default Judgment, allowing the court to rule in favor of USPC, without question. You can easily dodge this negative outcome by submitting an Answer.
Lift the Temporary Restraining Order and Avoid a Default Judgment by Submitting an Answer to the Court: Trademark Infringement and Counterfeiting
Our legal team is passionate about getting your accounts reinstated, and we are here to help you navigate what may appear to be a daunting task. Feel free to email our firm or call (718)-657-7400 for more information on this lawsuit. If you found this content helpful, be sure to review our blog weekly for new updates and information for e-commerce sellers.