Symantec Awarded $3.2 Million In Counterfeit Software Case

Law360, New York (June 22, 2004, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Symantec Corp. has been awarded a $3.2 million judgment as part of a settlement of its lawsuit against Papa B Enterprises, Inc., which had been accused of selling counterfeit Symantec software, the network security software company said.

As part of the settlement, Papa B Enterprises owner Richard Mastrogiovanni is personally required to pay $25,000 in damages to Symantec.

In addition, a permanent injunction by the court will bar Papa B Enterprises and Mastrogiovanni from producing or selling unauthorized products protected by Symantec's registered trademarks and name....
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