Goes International, AB v. Dodur Ltd. et al
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Order to Show Cause Hearing set for 3/9/2017 09:30 AM. The attached order sets a hearing on 3/9/2017 at 9:30 a.m. (as opposed to the previously scheduled 11:00 hearing) for Dodur to show cause why it has not responded to the co urt's discovery order and why it has not named new counsel to represent it. The order authorizes telephone appearances by all parties and sets forth the procedures for arranging telephone participation. The order also requires counsel for Goes and previous counsel for Dodur to serve Dodur and to file proof of service within two business days. (Beeler, Laurel) (Filed on 2/26/2017)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco Division
United States District Court
Northern District of California
GOES INTERNATIONAL, AB, a
Case No. 3:14-cv-05666-LB
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR
FAILURE TO PROSECUTE
(天津市多徳科技有限公司), a business
ZHOU MING (周明), an individual;
LI ZHE (喆李), an individual;
JOHN DOES 1-10,
Goes International is a Swedish company that sells a bubble-shooting video game called
Bubble Bust! (First Amended Complaint – ECF No. 127, 2, 5–8, 29.)1 It sued Dodur Ltd. and its
shareholders/game developers for copyright infringement, claiming that they copied Bubble Bust!
and marketed infringing games called Puzzle Bubble Free! and Puzzle Bubble Sea! (Id. ¶¶ 1, 3,
12–15.) The defendants moved to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction; the court granted the
motion in part, dismissing the individual defendants but finding personal jurisdiction against
Dodur based on its distribution of games in the U.S., resulting in revenues generated from U.S.
players, including from ads targeted to that U.S. audience. (Order – ECF No. 51 at 19.)
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ORDER — No. 14-cv-05666-LB
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