Mine O'Mine, Inc. v. Calmese et al
ORDER Granting 67 Motion for Entry of Final Judgment. Signed by Judge Kent J. Dawson on 10/21/2011. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - SLR)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
MINE O’MINE, INC.,
Case No. 2:10-CV-00043-KJD-PAL
MICHAEL D. CALMESE, et al.,
Before the Court is Plaintiff’s Motion for Judgment (#67). Defendant Calamese filed an
opposition (#68) and Plaintiff filed a reply (#69).
In its July 12, 2011 Order (#66), the Court entered summary judgment in favor of Plaintiff
Mine O’Mine (“MOM”) on: (1) its claims for trademark infringement (Claim I) and unfair
competition (Claims II and V); and (2) Defendant Calmese’s counterclaims for trademark
infringement, unfair competition and defamation. The Court also entered summary judgment in
favor of Defendant Calmese and True Fan Logo, Inc. on the right of publicity claim (Count VI).1
The sole remaining claims are MOM’s claims for cybersquatting (Count IV) and trademark dilution
(Count V). (See Compl. #1.)
Defendant True Fan Logo, Inc. is a dissolved corporation. To the extent that it exists, Mr. Calamese controls
and is pro se counsel for True Fan Logo.
In its Complaint, Plaintiff sought entry of a preliminary and permanent injunction prohibiting
the Defendants from using or registering the trademark and domain names at issue in this litigation.
They also requested a preliminary and permanent injunction requiring the current domain name
registrar or registry to transfer the domain name registration to Plaintiff. Plaintiffs
also sought damages, costs, and attorneys’ fees.
Plaintiff moves the Court for entry of final judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b). Rule
54(b) permits the Court to direct entry of final judgment on any claim when the Court determines
that there is no just reason for delay.
Plaintiff argues that there is no just reason for delay because entry of final judgment would
end the litigation and provide the relief it seeks. If final judgment is entered, MOM agrees to forego
its remaining claims for cybersquatting and trademark dilution and its claim for damages. MOM
would only seek interest, costs, and attorneys’ fees by a separate motion.
Calamese attempts to argue that the parties should proceed to trial on Plaintiff’s two
remaining claims. Accordingly to Calamese, trial on Plaintiff’s remaining causes of action will allow
Calamese to show fraudulent conduct on the part of Plaintiff. Calamese gives no indication of the
nature or evidence of the unpled fraudulent conduct he intends to prove.
Calamese’s argument lacks merit. Because the litigation would be terminated by entry of
final judgment, the Court determines that there is no just reason for delay. The Court will direct
entry of final judgment as requested by Plaintiff in its [Proposed] Order Entering Final Judgment.
Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiff’s Motion for Entry of Final
Judgment (#67) is GRANTED.
DATED this 21st day of October 2011.
Kent J. Dawson
United States District Judge
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