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Dunham LLP wins major victory in bet-the-company lawsuit involving involving claims of intellectual property theft, unfair competition and antitrust violations.
The lawyers of Dunham LLP achieved a major victory on behalf of Dallas-based TSI Products, Inc. in its bet-the-company litigation with Armor All/STP Products Co. and Spectrum. A federal court rejected in its entirety the attempt by Armor All/STP to dismiss TSI’s intellectual property, unfair competition and antitrust counterclaims.
Armor All/STP initiated the litigation by suing TSI for trademark infringement, copyright infringement and other claims. TSI counterclaimed and asserted trademark infringement, unfair competition, and false advertising under the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1114 et seq., as well as the antitrust claims of restraint of trade, monopolization, and attempted monopolization under the Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1 et seq.
In a thorough opinion that provides a survey of the legal landscape for intellectual property, unfair competition and antitrust disputes, the federal court denied the attempt by Armor All/STP and Spectrum to dismiss our client’s claims. TSI, Inc. has been represented by David Dunham and Isabelle Antongiorgi.