Online foreclosure listing service fights trademark infringement action

Fubakaze, an online foreclosure listing service, became involved in trademark infringement action with a competitor after the competitor attempted to use the company's trademarks to start a competing business. The listing service sued the competitor and filed an application for a temporary restraining order, after which the competitor settled the action.

Waller successfully represented Fubakaze in the trademark infringement action against its competitor. The case was settled before trial.

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