Resellers Barred From Using TracFone's Trademarks

By Ben James (January 21, 2010, 4:30 PM EST) -- Cellnet 7 Inc. and Anadisk LLC have been hit with injunctions in TracFone Wireless Inc.'s trademark suit alleging a scheme in which companies buy its phones in bulk and disable the software that enables them to work exclusively on TracFone's wireless networks before reselling them overseas.

Judge David King of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida signed off on a preliminary injunction barring Anadisk LLC, DNMA66 LLC and Davut Kilinc from using TracFone's trademarks, or any imitations of the marks, in connection with the alleged resale scheme.

Those defendants failed to show up at a hearing, and...

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