Jury Says EzFauxDecor Owes $1M In Interior Design TM Row

Law360 (June 4, 2021, 9:35 PM EDT) -- On Friday, a federal jury in Georgia ordered home decor company EzFauxDecor to cough up a little over $1 million for illegally using a rival's trademarks and then deleting the evidence after getting sued.

A seven-person jury in Atlanta deliberated for four hours before handing down the verdict, which followed a two-day in-person jury trial that pitted peel-and-stick vinyl tile maker Instant One Media Inc. against Leawood, Kansas-based EzFauxDecor LLC, which sold tile using two trademark-protected phrases Instant One owned: "instant granite" and "instant stainless."

The jury ordered EzFauxDecor to pay $275,000 for infringing Instant One's marks and another $500,000 for...

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