CEA Gets Injunction Against “Other” CES
The Consumer Electronics Association this week obtained an injunction against another firm using a name similar to its own “International CES” trademark, the group said. The injunction was issued by the United States District Court of the Southern District of Florida.
“CEA applauds [the Court] for its ruling against Compras and Buys Magazine, Inc., and Justin M. Finocchiaro, granting a preliminary injunction against all infringements on the International CES trademark,” CEA said in a statement. “The International CES trademark is one of CEA’s most valuable assets and we will aggressively defend our intellectual property.”
The other company, calling itself “International Consumer Evaluation Services LLC,” has been soliciting consumers to become “secret shoppers,” CEA said last week.