QS Wholesale Inc v. World Marketing Inc
ENTRY OF JUDGMENT by Judge David O. Carter, in favor of World Marketing Inc against QS Wholesale Inc., jointly and severally, in the following amounts:a. Actual damages in the amount of $125,000; b. Punitive damages in the amount of $375,00 0; c. Prejudgment interest in the amount of $18,383.75;d. Attorneys fees in the amount of $1,826,035.40; e. Non-taxable costs in the amount of $197,833; and f. Taxable costs in the amount of $49,682.32, as set out in World Marketings Notice of Resubmission of Application to theClerk to Tax Costs and Proposed Bill of Costs (Dkt. No. 365). Related to: Stipulation for Judgment 373 . (twdb)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
QS WHOLESALE, INC.,
Case No.: 8:12-cv-00451-DOC-RNB
WORLD MARKETING, INC.,
WORLD MARKETING, INC.,
QS WHOLESALE, INC. and
ENTRY OF JUDGMENT 
Pursuant to the Court’s Order (Dkt. No. 359), IT IS HEREBY ORDERED
Judgment is entered in favor of Defendant-Counterclaimant World
Marketing, Inc. (“World Marketing”) and against Plaintiff-Counterdefendant QS
“Quiksilver”), jointly and severally, in the following amounts:
a. Actual damages in the amount of $125,000;
b. Punitive damages in the amount of $375,000;
c. Prejudgment interest in the amount of $18,383.75;
d. Attorneys’ fees in the amount of $1,826,035.40;
e. Non-taxable costs in the amount of $197,833; and
f. Taxable costs in the amount of $49,682.32, as set out in World
Marketing’s Notice of Resubmission of Application to the
Clerk to Tax Costs and Proposed Bill of Costs (Dkt. No. 365).
Quiksilver, its agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and all persons
in active concert or participation with them are hereby permanently enjoined and
restrained from using or seeking to register VSTR or VISITOR, or any other mark
confusingly or deceptively similar to World Marketing’s VISITOR mark, in
connection with clothing and apparel, including shirts, blouses, pants, suits, sports
jackets, vests, shorts, T-shirts, and outerwear.
Quiksilver’s claim for a Declaration of Non-Infringement is
dismissed with prejudice.
The Court retains jurisdiction over any matter pertaining to this
DATED: March 5, 2014
Hon. David O. Carter
United States District Judge
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