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Intellectual Property

Apr. 24, 2024

Car part manufacturer accused of violating judge's trademark ruling

WheelImage Corp. claimed two of its former employees violated a nondisclosure agreement and shared confidential manufacturing techniques and technology to design a wheel brand, AL13, with their new employer, Axial Manufacturing.

A defense attorney representing an Anaheim car part manufacturer that prevailed on infringement claims accused a competitor company of “continuing violations” of a federal judge’s order last month that found the plaintiff did not own a valid trademark of a high-end wheel brand.

WheelImage Corp. claimed two of its former employees violated a nondisclosure agreement and shared confidential manufacturing techniques and technology to design a ...

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