Texas Public Adjuster Infringes Lloyd’s Trademarks, Court Orders Injunction (Insurance Journal)

Texas Public Adjuster Infringes Lloyd’s Trademarks, Court Orders Injunction

  Friday, February 9th, 2024 Source: Insurance Journal

A U.S. district court in Texas ruled against public adjuster Eric Ramirez for forming companies that unlawfully used Lloyd’s of London’s trademarked names, leading to a permanent injunction to halt his actions. Ramirez’s formation of entities under Lloyd’s trademarks and his baseless legal actions against Lloyd’s were found to be in bad faith, aimed at causing confusion and damaging Lloyd’s reputation.

The court’s decision underscores the protection of famous trademarks against dilution and the importance of upholding trademark laws.

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