Gibson Guitar Corp. v. Ebay Inc., et al

Filing 6

Filed (ECF) Appellee Gibson Guitar Corp. response opposing motion (,motion to stay lower court action, ). Date of service: 12/23/2010. [7590924]--[COURT UPDATE: Replaced PDFs of Opposition and Declaration with searchable versions. Spread filing in case number 10-57020. Resent NDA. 12/28/2010 by DB] (AEB)

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Gibson Guitar Corp. v. Ebay Inc., et al Doc. 6 Att. 31 Case 2:10-cv-08884-RGK -RZ Document 5 Filed 11/19/10 Page 41 of 44 Page ID #:46 Dockets.Justia.com Case 2:10-cv-08884-RGK -RZ Document 5 Filed 11/19/10 Page 42 of 44 Page ID #:47 Case 2:10-cv-08884-RGK -RZ Document 5 Filed 11/19/10 Page 43 of 44 Page ID #:48 Case 2:10-cv-08884-RGK -RZ Document 5 Filed 11/19/10 Page 44 of 44 Page ID #:49 Exhibit 12 Paper Jamz Guitar Paper Jamz Guitar Gibson Trademark Addendum to Notice of Claimed Infringement: List of allegedly infringing listings, items, or materials Note on reason codes: When identifying item numbers please use the reasons below. When removing items from our website, eBay will inform sellers of the specific reason for the removal of their items. We believe providing sellers with this information benefits all parties. Select the most appropriate reason. Please associate each item you report with only one reason code. Reason codes (Note that the numbers may not appear to be sequential everywhere. This is not a mistake, but simply reflects that the reason codes are not legally applicable in all countries.) Trademark item infringement 1.1. Item(s) is a counterfeit product which infringes the trademark owner's rights. Trademark listing content infringement 2.1. Listing(s) contains unlawful comparison to trademark owner's brand name. 2.2. Listing(s) contains unlawful use of trademark (for example, an unauthorized use of stylized logo in written text). Please specify: __________________________________ Copyright item infringement 3.1. Software offered for sale is in violation of an enforceable license agreement, which constitutes a copyright infringement. 3.2. Item(s) infringes copyrights (for example, a bootleg recording of a live performance, a pirated copy of media such as software or movies, or an unlawful copy of copyrighted works such as text, paintings, or sculptures). Copyright listing content infringement 4.1. Listing(s) uses unlawful copy of copyrighted text. 4.2. Listing(s) uses unlawful copy of copyrighted image. 4.3. Listing(s) uses unlawful copy of copyrighted image and text. Other infringement 5.1. Item(s) has been adjudged to infringe a valid and enforceable patent (requires patent registration number and identification of claims adjudged to be infringed). 5.3. Item(s) violates a celebrity's right of publicity. 5.4. Listing(s) content violates a celebrity's rights of publicity. 5.5. Other please specify: _______________________________________________ Reason code: _____________________________________________________________________ Work(s) infringed: ________________________________________________________________ Item number(s): ___________________________________________________________________ Reason code: _____________________________________________________________________ Work(s) infringed: ________________________________________________________________ Item number(s): ___________________________________________________________________

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