Park Hotels & Resorts, Inc. et al v. Spinnaker Resorts, Inc. et al

Filing 35

ORDER that the Court hereby APPROVES AND ADOPTS the 34 Report and Recommendation in full. Pltfs' request for declaratory and injunctive relief is hereby GRANTED . Specifically, Deft is ENJOINED from: (see Order for details); To ensure compliance with this Order, Deft is further ORDERED to: (1) within 60 days, file a written report under oath regarding compliance with the Court's Order; and (2) disclose and destroy any confidential or proprietary i nformation or data related to Hilton and its customers. Pltfs' motion for attorney's fees in the amount of $6,301.90 is similarly GRANTED . Because Pltfs do not specify a monetary amount for their claimed damages, Pltfs' request for any additional award is DENIED in full (see Order for details). Signed by District Judge Liam O'Grady on 03/02/17. (pmil, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VmGINIA Alexandria Division PARK HOTELS & RESORTS, INC., et al., Civil No. 1:16-cv-1217 Plaintiffs Hon. Liam O'Grady v. SPINNAKER RESORTS, INC., et al. Defendants. ORDER This mattercomes before the Court on a Report and Recommendation from Magistrate Judge Nachmanoff. The Report and Recommendation (Dkt No. 34), dated February 3,2017, found that Plaintiffs Park Hotels & Resorts, Inc., Hilton Grand Vacations Company, LLC, and Hilton International Holding, LLC (collectively, "Hilton") were entitled to a partial default judgment in its favor. No objections have been filed, and Defendant has not made any appearances in this case. Therefore, after reviewing the filings in thiscase, and finding good cause to do so, the Courthereby APPROVES AND ADOPTS the Report and Recommendation (Dkt. No. 34) in full. Accordingly, Plaintiffs' request for declaratory and injunctive reliefis hereby GRANTED. Specifically, Defendant is ENJOINED from: (1) falsely representing that its products, services, or business are affiliated with, sponsored by, approved by, authorized by, or originating from Hilton; (2) using the Hilton name or marks or any other trademark imitation in connection with its goods, products, or services not authorized by or originating from Hilton; (3) making any false or misleading statements in promotional materials or telemarketing; and(4) 1

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