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designated territories within New Jersey for silkscreen printing, embroidery under SIC 40 for the decoration of sportswear as a service.
After a settlement Agreement was signed “by both parties” and 100% in effect.
Our CEO received several threatening emails by someone claiming
that if we did not sell our portion of the State of New Jersey to them”,
the gloves would come off!
We know who this person is.
As a matter of fact, the very same person impersonated a customer of ours
to get vital secret company information such as pricing in order to benefit from
unfair business. We have notified the proper authorities about his criminal behavior.
A couple months after we received his emails,
his brother attempted to file cancellations on two of our Federal Trademarks using an attorney who was placed on the IOLTA list and given specific notification by a New Jersey Superior Judge on behalf of the New Jersey Bar Association that he was “not allowed to practice law while on this list.”
Our attorneys contacted his original attorney who assisted them with the Settlement Agreement and notified them of their Breach. Their response was that they no longer represent their client. Our Attorneys “also” notified these individuals of their “Breaches of the Settlement Agreement” with no response (as usual). Our Attorneys “also” gave notice to their unlawfully acting attorney and notified him of their Breaches of the Settlement Agreement.
For the time being, we will not discuss the implications this other attorney is in for filling these cancellations. However we will say that the proper authorities have been contacted regarding this and depending on those results. We may be put in a situation where other authorities will also contacted to further discuss this harrasment and undo assaultsand eligitimate on National Sportswear.
Never the less, the other party ” the Petitioner” is noted on the cancellation where you can read about the final decision by the three Federal Judges on this matter of cancellations of our Federal Trademarks “National Sportswear ® ”
Without notice to us or our attorneys.
In written form or any other form.
We can only consider this is an attack, harrasment, disrespect, and a fully warranted breach of a “Settlement Agreement” which they entered in to with full legal assistance, acknowledgement and advice from their own attorneys of their choosing.
Acknowledged and signed by the other party in the District court of New Jersey.
READ ABOUT IT HERE.
SHOWING THIS FINAL DECISION OF AN ATTACK ON NATIONAL SPORTSWEAR INCORPORATED IS IN NO MANNER A BREACH OF THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ABOVE.
1- THE ATTACK ON OUR TRADEMARKS WERE CAUSE BY THE OTHER PARTY ” AFTER THEY AGREED TO THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT.”
2- IT IS OUR RIGHT UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT TO SHOW THE “RESULT” AND “FINAL DECISION” BY THE FEDERAL JUDGES BASED ON THIS BLATANT AND NON WARRANTED ATTACK.
3- A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IS FINAL.
SO ALL THE COURTS, JUDGES AND “OUR ATTORNEY’S” HAVE STATED.
AND, OUT OF RESPECT FOR THIS SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT, WE WILL NOT POST IT IN PUBLIC VIEW, AS THE OTHER PARTY HAS DONE WHEN FILLING A CANCELLATION ON “BOTH OF OUR TRADEMARKS.”
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