This cancelation was caused by another party whom entered into a Settlement Agreement”
with National Sportswear Incorporated. Filling this cancelation is a “BREACH” of the “Settlement Agreement.”
SHOWING THIS FINAL DECISION by the TTAB OF A FRIVOLOUS ATTACK ON NATIONAL SPORTSWEAR INCORPORATED IS IN NO MANNER A BREACH OF THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ABOVE.
IT IS OUR RIGHT UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT TO SHOW THE “RESULTS” 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.”
We have requested them to remove it and to date is has not been removed.
So long as the Settlement Agreement is shown on a public domain, the other party shall be responsible for all damages, the cost of removal and the cost for every day it is posted in a public domain.
National Sportswear Incorporated reserves the right to record “all” visits to our websites, email addresses, quote request submissions , including but not limited to IP Addresses and other stored data of identification for monitoring , security purposes and legal purpose.
All data is stored electronically on third party secured databases should they be required as evidence by legitimate government or law enforcement agencies.