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Case 2:18-cv-08218 Document 1 Filed 09/21/18 Page 1 of 82 Page ID #:1

1 Paul A. Stewart (SBN 153,467)


paul.stewart@knobbe.com
2 Ali S. Razai (SBN 246,922)
ali.razai@knobbe.com
3 Clayton R. Henson (SBN 312,375)
clayton.henson@knobbe.com
4 KNOBBE, MARTENS, OLSON & BEAR, LLP
2040 Main Street, Fourteenth Floor
5 Irvine, CA 92614
Telephone: (949) 760-0404
6 Facsimile: (949) 760-9502
7 Attorneys for Plaintiff
HOLLY HUNT ENTERPRISES, INC.
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10 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
11 FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
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13 HOLLY HUNT ENTERPRISES, ) Civil Action No. 2:18-cv-8218
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INC., an Illinois corporation,
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Plaintiff, )
15 ) COMPLAINT FOR PATENT
) INFRINGEMENT, TRADE DRESS
16 v. ) INFRINGEMENT, FALSE
) DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN,
17 NEVEN ZEREMSKI d/b/a OLIVYA )
STONE d/b/a OLIVYASTONE.COM, ) FALSE ADVERTISING, AND
an individual, ) UNFAIR COMPETITION
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) DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
19 Defendant. )
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Case 2:18-cv-08218 Document 1 Filed 09/21/18 Page 2 of 82 Page ID #:2

1 Plaintiff Holly Hunt Enterprises, Inc. (“HH”) hereby complains of Neven


2 Zeremski d/b/a Olivya Stone d/b/a olivyastone.com (“Defendant”) and alleges
3 as follows:
4 JURISDICTION AND VENUE
5 1. This Court has original subject matter jurisdiction over the claims
6 in this action that relate to patent infringement, trade dress infringement, false
7 designation of origin, false advertising, and federal unfair competition pursuant
8 to 35 U.S.C. §§ 271 and 281, 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331 and 1338, and 15 U.S.C.
9 §§ 1116(a), 1121(a), and 1125(a), as these claims arise under the laws of the
10 United States. The Court has supplemental jurisdiction over the claims in this
11 Complaint which arise under state statutory and common law pursuant to 28
12 U.S.C. § 1367(a) because the state law claims are so related to the federal claims
13 that they form part of the same case or controversy and derive from a common
14 nucleus of operative facts.
15 2. This Court has personal jurisdiction over Defendant because
16 Defendant has a continuous, systematic, and substantial presence within this
17 judicial district. For example, Defendant has been selling and offering for sale
18 infringing products in this judicial district, including but not limited to selling
19 infringing products directly to consumers and/or retailers in this district and
20 selling products into the stream of commerce knowing such products would be
21 sold in California and this district. These acts form a substantial part of the
22 events or omissions giving rise to HH’s claims.
23 3. HH is informed and believes and based thereon alleges that venue
24 is proper in this judicial district under 28 U.S.C. §§ 1391(b) and (d), and
25 1400(b) because Defendant resides in this judicial district, has a principal place
26 of business located within this district, and because Defendant has committed
27 acts of infringement by selling and offering to sell infringing products in this
28 district.
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1 THE PARTIES
2 4. Plaintiff HH is a corporation organized and existing under the laws
3 of the State of Illinois, having its principal place of business at 801 West Adams
4 Street, Suite 700, Chicago, Illinois 60607.
5 5. HH is informed and believes, and thereon alleges, that Defendant
6 Neven Zeremski d/b/a OLIVYA STONE d/b/a olivyastone.com is an individual
7 who resides in this judicial district.
8 GENERAL ALLEGATIONS
9 6. HH has pioneered a variety of innovations in luxury home
10 furnishings, and is a leader in the design and production of custom made
11 products, including indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, rugs, textiles, and
12 leathers.
13 7. HH has been actively engaged in the manufacture and sale of high
14 quality furniture since at least 1983. HH is the manufacturer and retailer of
15 several lines of furniture that have enjoyed substantial success and are protected
16 by various intellectual property rights owned by HH.
17 8. On November 22, 2016, the United States Patent and Trademark
18 Office (“USPTO”) duly and lawfully issued United States Design Patent No.
19 D772,472 (“the D772 Patent”), titled “Table Lamp.” HH is the owner by
20 assignment of all right, title, and interest in the D772 Patent. A true and correct
21 copy of the D772 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit 1.
22 9. On February 28, 2017, the USPTO duly and lawfully issued United
23 States Design Patent No. D779,861 (“the D861 Patent”), titled “Side Table.”
24 HH is the owner by assignment of all right, title, and interest in the D861 Patent.
25 A true and correct copy of the D861 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit 2.
26 10. On June 13, 2017, the USPTO duly and lawfully issued United
27 States Design Patent No. D789,130 (“the D130 Patent”), titled “Chair.” HH is
28 the owner by assignment of all right, title, and interest in the D130 Patent. A
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1 true and correct copy of the D130 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit 3.
2 11. On June 20, 2017, the USPTO duly and lawfully issued United
3 States Design Patent No. D789,713 (“the D713 Patent”), titled “Side Table.”
4 HH is the owner by assignment of all right, title, and interest in the D713 Patent.
5 A true and correct copy of the D713 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit 4.
6 12. On December 26, 2017, the USPTO duly and lawfully issued
7 United States Design Patent No. D805,824 (“the D824 Patent”), titled “Chair.”
8 HH is the owner by assignment of all right, title, and interest in the D824 Patent.
9 A true and correct copy of the D824 Patent is attached hereto as Exhibit 5.
10 13. Defendant manufactures, uses, sells, offers for sale, and/or imports
11 into the United States products that infringe HH’s patent rights, including each
12 of the D472, D861, D130, D713, and D824 Patents (collectively, the “Asserted
13 Patents”). Defendant personally undertook and directed each of these acts.
14 14. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Ring Dining
15 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“RING Trade
16 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive RING Trade
17 Dress is shown below:
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24 15. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Spit Dining
25 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SPLIT Trade
26 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive SPLIT Trade
27 Dress is shown below:
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6 16. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Peregrine
7 Dining table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
8 (“PEREGRINE Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
9 distinctive PEREGRINE Trade Dress is shown below:
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15 17. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Capri Lounge
16 Chair that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“CAPRI Trade
17 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CAPRI Trade
18 Dress is shown below:
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24 18. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Flea Lounge
25 Chair that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“FLEA Trade
26 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive FLEA Trade
27 Dress is shown below:
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7 19. HH manufactures and sells products under the name New Linden
8 Lounge Chair that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“NEW
9 LINDEN Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
10 NEW LINDEN Trade Dress is shown below:
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17 20. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Harlow
18 Lounge Chair that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
19 (“HARLOW Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
20 distinctive HARLOW Trade Dress is shown below:
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27 21. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Gazelle
28 Cocktail Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
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1 (“GAZELLE Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the


2 distinctive GAZELLE Trade Dress is shown below:
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8 22. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Laredo
9 Cocktail Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
10 (“LAREDO Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
11 distinctive LAREDO Trade Dress is shown below:
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17 23. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Ingot Cocktail
18 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“INGOT Trade
19 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive INGOT Trade
20 Dress is shown below:
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25 24. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Spectacles
26 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SPECTACLES
27 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
28 SPECTACLES Trade Dress is shown below:
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7 25. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Branche Table
8 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BRANCHE Trade
9 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive BRANCHE
10 Trade Dress is shown below:
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17 26. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Chloe Drink
18 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“CHLOE Trade
19 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CHLOE Trade
20 Dress is shown below:
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25 27. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Highline
26 Drink Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
27 (“HIGHLINE Trade Dress”). Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive
28 HIGHLINE Trade Dress are shown below:
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7 28. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Portia Side
8 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“PORTIA Trade
9 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive PORTIA Trade
10 Dress is shown below:
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16 29. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Little Bittern
17 Drink Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LITTLE
18 BITTERN Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
19 LITTLE BITTERN Trade Dress is shown below:
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1 30. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Wyeth


2 Bedside Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“WYETH
3 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive WYETH
4 Trade Dress is shown below:
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12 31. HH manufactures and sells products under the name ONE
13 Nightstand that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“ONE Trade
14 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive ONE Trade
15 Dress is shown below:
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23 32. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Fortis
24 Nightstand that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“FORTIS
25 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive FORTIS
26 Trade Dress is shown below:
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7 33. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Oslo Bedside
8 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“OSLO TABLE
9 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive OSLO
10 TABLE Trade Dress is shown below:
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16 34. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Spencer
17 Nightstand that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SPENCER
18 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
19 SPENCER Trade Dress is shown below:
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27 35. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Pyrite Side
28 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“PYRITE Trade
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1 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive PYRITE Trade


2 Dress is shown below:
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8 36. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Plankton
9 Rectangular Side Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
10 (“PLANKTON Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
11 distinctive PLANKTON Trade Dress is shown below:
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18 37. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Sofie Side
19 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SOFIE Trade
20 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive SOFIE Trade
21 Dress is shown below:
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28 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“GOBLET Trade
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1 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive GOBLET Trade


2 Dress is shown below:
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9 39. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Bell Pepper
10 Side Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BELL
11 PEPPER Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
12 BELL PEPPER Trade Dress is shown below:
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19 40. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Absinthe Side
20 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“ABSINTHE
21 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
22 ABSINTHE Trade Dress is shown below:
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1 41. HH manufactures and sells products under the name XY Bench


2 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“XY Trade Dress”). An
3 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive XY Trade Dress is shown
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10 42. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Harlow Bench
11 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“HARLOW Trade
12 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive HARLOW Trade
13 Dress is shown below:
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19 43. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Bell Pepper
20 Table Lamp that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BELL
21 PEPPER LAMP Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
22 distinctive BELL PEPPER LAMP Trade Dress is shown below:
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1 44. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Ingot Table
2 Lamp that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“INGOT LAMP
3 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive INGOT
4 LAMP Trade Dress is shown below:
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10 45. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Hadrien Chair
11 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“HADRIEN CHAIR
12 Trade Dress”). Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive HADRIEN
13 CHAIR Trade Dress are shown below:
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20 46. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Reve Chair
21 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“REVE CHAIR Trade
22 Dress”). Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive REVE CHAIR Trade
23 Dress are shown below:
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1 47. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Shadow that
2 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SHADOW Trade Dress”).
3 Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive SHADOW Trade Dress are
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11 48. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Jett that bear a
12 distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“JETT Trade Dress”). An example
13 of an HH product bearing the distinctive JETT Trade Dress is shown below:
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19 49. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Stilt Coupe
20 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“STILT COUPE Trade
21 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive STILT COUPE
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1 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CACHALOT


2 Trade Dress is shown below:
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7 51. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Rue De Seine
8 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“RUE DE SEINE Trade
9 Dress”). Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive RU DE SEINE Trade
10 Dress are shown below:
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21 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LUGANO Trade Dress”).
22 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive LUGANO Trade Dress is
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1 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive MAJE Trade Dress is shown


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6 54. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Gunsight that
7 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“GUNSIGHT Trade Dress”).
8 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive GUNSIGHT Trade Dress
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14 55. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Trice that bear
15 a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“TRICE Trade Dress”). Examples
16 of HH products bearing the distinctive TRICE Trade Dress are shown below:
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21 56. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Etoille that
22 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“ETOILLE Trade Dress”).
23 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive ETOILLE Trade Dress is
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1 57. HH manufactures and sells products under the name BRONZE that
2 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BRONZE Trade Dress”).
3 Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive BRONZE Trade Dress are
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9 58. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Brimstone that
10 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BRIMSTONE Trade
11 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive BRIMSTONE
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18 59. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Hastings that
19 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“HASTINGS Trade Dress”).
20 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive HASTINGS Trade Dress
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28 Console that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LUSITANIA
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1 CONSOLE Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the


2 distinctive LUSITANIA CONSOLE Trade Dress is shown below:
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9 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“WYENTH Trade Dress”).
10 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive WYENTH Trade Dress is
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16 62. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Channel that
17 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“CHANNEL Trade Dress”).
18 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CHANNEL Trade Dress
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23 63. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Oslo Credenza
24 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“OSLO CREDENZA
25 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive OSLO
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5 64. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Antidote that
6 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“ANTIDOTE Trade Dress”).
7 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive ANTIDOTE Trade Dress
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15 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“BORNEO Trade Dress”).
16 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive BORNEO Trade Dress is
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22 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LIEUTENANT Trade
23 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive LIEUTENANT
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7 67. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Oslo Cabinet
8 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“OSLO CABINET
9 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive OSLO
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16 68. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Javier that
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18 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive JAVIER Trade Dress is
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24 a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“AVILA Trade Dress”). An
25 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive AVILA Trade Dress is shown
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9 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive HURON Trade Dress is
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17 Cabinet that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LUSITANIA
18 CABINET Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive
19 LUSITANIA CABINET Trade Dress is shown below:
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26 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SCRIBE Trade Dress”). An
27 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive SCRIBE Trade Dress is
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6 73. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Anvil that
7 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“ANVIL Trade Dress”). An
8 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive ANVIL Trade Dress is shown
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15 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“CONVEX Trade Dress”).
16 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CONVEX Trade Dress is
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23 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“JUNIPER Trade Dress”).
24 Examples of HH products bearing the distinctive JUNIPER Trade Dress are
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1 76. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Fish that bear
2 a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“FISH Trade Dress”). An
3 example of an HH product bearing the distinctive FISH Trade Dress is shown
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7 77. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Carlyle that
8 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“CARLYLE Trade Dress”).
9 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive CARLYLE Trade Dress is
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15 78. HH manufactures and sells upholstered products under the name
16 Hadrien that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“HADRIEN
17 UPHOLTSTERED Trade Dress”). Examples of HH products bearing the
18 distinctive HADRIEN UPHOLTSTERED Trade Dress are shown below:
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24 bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“DE STIJL Trade Dress”).
25 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive DE STIJL Trade Dress is
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6 80. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Octagonal
7 Dining Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
8 (“OCTAGONAL Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the
9 distinctive OCTAGONAL Trade Dress is shown below:
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15 81. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Falling Water
16 Cocktail Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design
17 (“FALLING WATER Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing
18 the distinctive FALLING WATER Trade Dress is shown below:
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23 82. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Sienna Dining
24 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“SIENNA Trade
25 Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive SIENNA Trade
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5 83. HH manufactures and sells products under the name Lugano Side
6 Table that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“LUGANO SIDE
7 Trade Dress”). An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive LUGANO
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15 that bear a distinctive trade dress in the overall design (“RUCCI Trade Dress”).
16 An example of an HH product bearing the distinctive RUCCI Trade Dress is
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26 shall collectively be referred to as the HH Trade Dress.
27 86. As a result of HH’s widespread use and display of each of the HH
28 Trade Dress, (a) the public has come to recognize and identify products bearing
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1 any of the HH Trade Dress as emanating from HH, (b) the public recognizes
2 that products bearing any of the HH Trade Dress constitute high quality
3 products that conform to the specifications created by HH, and (c) each of the
4 HH Trade Dress has established strong secondary meaning and extensive
5 goodwill. In addition, the HH Trade Dress as a whole is distinctive and has
6 acquired secondary meaning, such that consumers will conclude that anyone
7 marketing the entire line of products bearing the HH Trade Dress is in fact HH,
8 or is sponsored by or affiliated with HH.
9 87. Each of the HH Trade Dress is non-functional. For each of the HH
10 Trade Dress, the design features embodied by the trade dress are not essential to
11 the function of the product, do not make the product cheaper or easier to
12 manufacture, and do not affect the quality of the product. The design of the
13 trade dress is not a competitive necessity for any products bearing an HH Trade
14 Dress. Similarly, the HH Trade Dress as a whole is non-functional.
15 88. Defendant has slavishly copied dozens of HH’s proprietary designs
16 in an attempt to benefit from the immense goodwill HH has created in the
17 marketplace. Defendant has copied HH’s patented designs as well as each of
18 the HH Trade Dress.
19 89. Moreover, Defendant has advertised photographs of HH products
20 and falsely claimed that such products are in fact Defendant’s own products,
21 when they are not. One such example is shown below from Defendant’s
22 advertising on its Instagram® page. In the post, Defendant falsely claims that
23 the HH products shown in the photograph are its own products. The photograph
24 clearly depicts an HH studio, as evidenced by the signage visible through the
25 window. Nevertheless, Defendant recites in the caption “how much do you love
26 [Olivya Stone’s] Hisa Lounge Chair?”
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10 Defendant stop infringing its patent and trade dress rights and stop falsely
11 advertising its products and passing off its products as authentic HH products.
12 91. Defendant wrote back on the same day, claiming that “[i]ntellectual
13 property law simply does not give furniture designers much of a leg to stand
14 on.” Defendant dared HH to file a lawsuit, stating: “you are more than welcome
15 to pursue further legal matters, however please anticipate a counter-suite [sic]
16 where you will be liable for our damages and expenses incurred curing [sic]
17 litigation.”
18 92. Defendant wrote to HH again on August 16, stating that it was not
19 convinced of HH’s design patent rights either because “[HH’s] design patents
20 seem to apply to the actual drawing, and not to the physical furniture built.”
21 93. HH is informed and believes, and based thereon alleges that
22 Defendant intended to blatantly copy HH’s proprietary designs, falsely advertise
23 HH’s products as its own, and pass off its goods as HH’s high-quality furniture
24 to misappropriate the immense goodwill that HH has spent enormous time,
25 effort, and expense to cultivate in the marketplace. Defendant’s use of HH’s
26 trade dress and photographs of HH’s products in commerce is likely to cause
27 confusion, cause mistake, and to deceive as to the affiliation, connection, or
28 association of Defendant and/or its products with HH, when there is none.
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1 94. Defendant’s acts complained of herein have caused HH to suffer


2 irreparable injury to its business. HH will continue to suffer substantial loss and
3 irreparable injury unless and until Defendant is enjoined from its wrongful
4 actions complained of herein.
5 95. HH is informed and believes, and on that basis alleges, that
6 Defendant’s acts complained of herein are willful and deliberate.
7 FIRST CLAIM FOR RELIEF
8 (Patent Infringement)
(35 U.S.C. § 271)
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10 96. HH repeats and re-alleges the allegations of paragraphs 1-95 of this
11 Complaint as if set forth fully herein.
12 97. This is a claim for patent infringement under 35 U.S.C. § 271.
13 98. Defendant, personally and through his agents, employees, and/or
14 servants has, and continues to, knowingly, intentionally, and willfully infringe
15 the D472 Patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, and/or importing
16 products having a design that would appear to an ordinary observer to be
17 substantially similar to the claim of the D472 Patent, for example Defendant’s
18 Eli Table Lamp shown below.
19 Eli Table Lamp HH’s D472 Patent
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27 servants has, and continues to, knowingly, intentionally, and willfully infringe
28 the D861 Patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, and/or importing
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1 products having a design that would appear to an ordinary observer to be


2 substantially similar to the claim of the D861 Patent, for example Defendant’s
3 Calum Side Table shown below.
4 Calum Side Table HH’s D861 Patent
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12 servants has, and continues to, knowingly, intentionally, and willfully infringe
13 the D130 Patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, and/or importing
14 products having a design that would appear to an ordinary observer to be
15 substantially similar to the claim of the D130 Patent, for example Defendant’s
16 Hisano Lounge Chair shown below.
17 Hisano Lounge Chair HH’s D130 Patent
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27 servants has, and continues to, knowingly, intentionally, and willfully infringe
28 the D713 Patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, and/or importing
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1 products having a design that would appear to an ordinary observer to be


2 substantially similar to the claim of the D713 Patent, for example Defendant’s
3 Caden Side Table shown below.
4 Caden Side Table HH’s D713 Patent
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14 102. Defendant, personally and through his agents, employees, and/or
15 servants has, and continues to, knowingly, intentionally, and willfully infringe
16 the D824 Patent by making, using, selling, offering for sale, and/or importing
17 products having a design that would appear to an ordinary observer to be
18 substantially similar to the claim of the D824 Patent, for example Defendant’s
19 Henna Lounge Chair shown below.
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11 103. Defendant’s acts of patent infringement were undertaken without
12 permission or license from HH. Defendant had actual knowledge of HH’s
13 rights in the design claimed in each of the Asserted Patents. HH and its designs
14 claimed in each of the Asserted Patents are well-known throughout the furniture
15 industry, and Defendant’s infringing products are each identical copies of HH’s
16 patented designs. Accordingly, Defendant’s actions constitute willful and
17 intentional infringement of each of the Asserted Patents. Defendant infringed
18 each of the Asserted Patents with reckless disregard of HH’s patent rights.
19 Defendant knew, or it was so obvious that Defendant should have known, that
20 its actions constitute infringement of HH’s patent rights. Defendant’s acts of
21 infringement are not consistent with the standards of commerce for its industry.
22 104. As a direct and proximate result of Defendant’s acts of
23 infringement, Defendant has derived and received gains, profits, and advantages
24 in an amount that is not presently known to HH.
25 105. Pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 285, HH is entitled to reasonable attorneys’
26 fees for the necessity of bringing this claim.
27 106. Pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 289, HH is entitled to Defendant’s total
28 profits from Defendant’s infringement of the Asserted Patents.
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1 107. Due to Defendant’s actions, constituting patent infringement, HH


2 has suffered great and irreparable injury, for which HH has no adequate remedy
3 at law.
4 108. Defendant will continue to infringe HH’s patent rights to the great
5 and irreparable injury of HH, unless and until Defendant is enjoined by this
6 Court.
7 SECOND CLAIM FOR RELIEF
8 (Trade Dress Infringement)
(15 U.S.C. § 1125(a))
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10 109. HH repeats and re-alleges the allegations of paragraphs 1-108 of
11 this Complaint as if set forth fully herein.
12 110. This is a claim for trade dress infringement under 15 U.S.C.
13 § 1125(a).
14 111. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the RING Trade Dress,
15 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
16 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
17 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the RING Trade Dress, but is a
18 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing
19 use of the RING Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
20 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Aspa Dining Table HH’s RING Trade Dress


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8 112. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the SPLIT Trade Dress,
9 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
10 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
11 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SPLIT Trade Dress, but is
12 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
13 infringing use of the SPLIT Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
14 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Aspa Dining Table HH’s SPLIT Trade Dress
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21 113. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the PEREGRINE Trade
22 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
23 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
24 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the PEREGRINE Trade
25 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
26 Defendant’s infringing use of the PEREGRINE Trade Dress, as found on
27 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Altair Dining Table HH’s PEREGRINE


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8 114. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the CAPRI Trade Dress,
9 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
10 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
11 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CAPRI Trade Dress, but is
12 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
13 infringing use of the CAPRI Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
14 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Hyura Lounge Chair HH’s CAPRI Trade Dress
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23 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
24 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
25 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the FLEA Trade Dress, but is a
26 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing
27 use of the FLEA Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
28 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Henna Lounge Chair HH’s FLEA Trade Dress


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8 116. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the NEW LINDEN Trade
9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the NEW LINDEN Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the NEW LINDEN Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Hisa Lounge Chair HH’s NEW LINDEN Trade Dress
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23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the HARLOW Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the HARLOW Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:

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1 Defendant’s Hisano Lounge Chair HH’s HARLOW Trade Dress


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8 118. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the GAZELLE Trade
9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the GAZELLE Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the GAZELLE Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Britta Coffee Table HH’s GAZELLE Trade Dress
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23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the LAREDO Trade Dress,
26 but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
27 infringing use of the LAREDO Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
28 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:

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1 Defendant’s Balbina Coffee Table HH’s LAREDO Trade Dress


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8 120. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the INGOT Trade Dress,
9 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
10 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
11 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the INGOT Trade Dress, but is
12 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
13 infringing use of the INGOT Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
14 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Balbina Coffee Table HH’s INGOT Trade Dress
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23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SPECTACLES Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the SPECTACLES Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Calli Side Table HH’s SPECTACLES Trade Dress


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9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the BRANCHE Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the BRANCHE Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Calum Side Tables HH’s BRANCHE Trade Dress
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23 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
24 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
25 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CHLOE Trade Dress, but
26 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
27 infringing use of the CHLOE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
28 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Como Side Table HH’s CHLOE Trade Dress


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9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the HIGHLINE Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the HIGHLINE Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
15 Defendant’s Cali Side Tables HH’s HIGHLINE Trade Dress
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23 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
24 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
25 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the PORTIA Trade Dress, but
26 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
27 infringing use of the PORTIA Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
28 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Calandra Side Table HH’s PORTIA Trade Dress


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9 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
10 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
11 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the LITTLE
12 BITTERN Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An
13 example of Defendant’s infringing use of the LITTLE BITTERN Trade Dress,
14 as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Cloe Side Table HH’s LITTLE BITTERN
Trade Dress
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24 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
25 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
26 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the WYETH Trade Dress, but
27 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
28 infringing use of the WYETH Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website

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1 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Cupo Nightstand HH’s WYETH Trade Dress
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10 the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has

11 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use

12 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the ONE Trade Dress, but is a

13 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing

14 use of the ONE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website

15 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:

16 Defendant’s Cervis Nightstand HH’s ONE Trade Dress

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24 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
25 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
26 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the FORTIS Trade Dress, but
27 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
28 infringing use of the FORTIS Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
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1 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Clement Nightstand HH’s FORTIS Trade Dress
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10 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
11 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
12 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the OSLO Trade Dress, but is
13 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
14 infringing use of the OSLO Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
15 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
16 Defendant’s Ciotti Nightstand HH’s OSLO Trade Dress
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24 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
25 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
26 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SPENCER Trade
27 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
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1 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Cleet Nightstand HH’s SPENCER
Trade Dress
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11 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
12 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
13 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the PYRITE Trade Dress, but
14 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of Defendant’s
15 infringing use of the PYRITE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
16 www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
17 Defendant’s Catori Side Tables HH’s PYRITE
Trade Dress
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26 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
27 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
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1 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of


2 Defendant’s infringing use of the PLANKTON Trade Dress, as found on
3 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
4 Defendant’s Cadby Side Table HH’s PLANKTON
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13 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
14 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
15 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SOFIE Trade Dress, but is
16 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
17 infringing use of the SOFIE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
18 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
19 Defendant’s Canan Side Table HH’s SOFIE
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1 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that


2 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the GOBLET Trade Dress,
3 but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
4 infringing use of the GOBLET Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
5 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
6 Defendant’s Como Side Tables HH’s GOBLET
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15 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
16 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
17 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the Bell Pepper Trade
18 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
19 Defendant’s infringing use of the Bell Pepper Trade Dress, as found on
20 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
21 Defendant’s Caden Side Table HH’s Bell Pepper
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1 137. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the ABSINTHE Trade


2 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
3 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
4 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the ABSINTHE Trade
5 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
6 Defendant’s infringing use of the ABSINTHE Trade Dress, as found on
7 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
8 Defendant’s Cain Side Table HH’s ABSINTHE
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17 the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
18 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
19 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the XY Trade Dress, but is a
20 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing
21 use of the XY Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
22 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Eban Bench HH’s XY


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10 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
11 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
12 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the HARLOW Trade
13 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
14 Defendant’s infringing use of the HARLOW Trade Dress, as found on
15 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
16 Defendant’s Hisa Bench HH’s HARLOW
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23 140. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the BELL PEPPER
24 LAMP Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade
25 dress, Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or
26 sold products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the
27 BELL PEPPER LAMP Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary
28 design. An example of Defendant’s infringing use of the BELL PEPPER
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1 LAMP Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is


2 shown below:
3 Defendant’s Eli Table Lamp HH’s BELL PEPPER LAMP
Trade Dress
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11 141. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the INGOT LAMP Trade
12 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
13 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
14 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the INGOT LAMP Trade
15 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
16 Defendant’s infringing use of the INGOT LAMP Trade Dress, as found on
17 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
18 Defendant’s Kaela Table Lamp HH’s INGOT LAMP Trade Dress
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25 142. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the HADRIEN CHAIR
26 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
27 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
28 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the
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1 HADRIEN CHAIR Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary


2 design. Examples of Defendant’s infringing use of the HADRIEN CHAIR
3 Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, are
4 shown below:
5 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s HADRIEN CHAIR
Trade Dress
6
Defendant’s Koster Arm Chair
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8
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Defendant’s Koster Chair
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20 143. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the REVE Trade Dress,
21 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
22 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
23 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the REVE Trade Dress, but is
24 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of Defendant’s infringing
25 use of the REVE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
26 www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s REVE Trade Dress


Kalabri Chair
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7
8
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Kalibri Chair
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19 144. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the SHADOW Trade
20 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
21 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
22 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SHADOW Trade
23 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of
24 Defendant’s infringing use of the SHADOW Trade Dress, as found on
25 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
26 ///
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s SHADOW Trade Dress


Terra Dining Chair
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8
Terra Bar Stool
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18 145. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the JETT Trade Dress,
19 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
20 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
21 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the JETT Trade Dress, but is a
22 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing
23 use of the JETT Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
24 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
25 ///
26 ///
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Himasa Lounge Chair HH’s JETT Trade Dress


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7
8 146. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the STILT COUPE Trade
9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the STILT COUPE Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the STILT COUPE Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Haeda Lounge Chair HH’s STILT COUPE Trade Dress
16
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21
22 147. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the CACHALOT Trade
23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CACHALOT Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the CACHALOT Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Bessimo Coffee Table HH’s CACHALOT Trade Dress


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7 148. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the RU DE SEINE Trade
8 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
9 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
10 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the RU DE SEINE Trade
11 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of
12 Defendant’s infringing use of the RU DE SEINE Trade Dress, as found on
13 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
14 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s RU DE SEINE
Trade Dress
15
Brodric Coffee Table
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Calida Side Table
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28
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1 Donu Console

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7 149. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the LUGANO Trade
8 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
9 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
10 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the LUGANO Trade
11 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
12 Defendant’s infringing use of the LUGANO Trade Dress, as found on
13 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
14 Defendant’s Balen Coffee Table HH’s LUGANO Trade Dress
15
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20 150. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the MAJE Trade Dress,
21 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
22 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
23 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the MAJE Trade Dress, but is
24 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
25 infringing use of the MAJE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
26 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Blase Coffee Table HH’s MAJE Trade Dress


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7 151. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the GUNSIGHT Trade
8 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
9 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
10 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the GUNSIGHT Trade
11 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
12 Defendant’s infringing use of the GUNSIGHT Trade Dress, as found on
13 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
14 Defendant’s Abbast Dining Table HH’s GUNSIGHT Trade Dress
15
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20 152. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the TRICE Trade Dress,
21 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
22 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
23 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the TRICE Trade Dress, but is
24 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. Examples of Defendant’s infringing
25 use of the TRICE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
26 www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s TRICE Trade Dress


Alpa Dining Table
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Anka Dining Table
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14 153. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the ETOILLE Trade
15 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
16 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
17 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the ETOILLE Trade
18 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
19 Defendant’s infringing use of the ETOILLE Trade Dress, as found on
20 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
21 Defendant’s Atessa Dining Table HH’s ETOILLE Trade Dress
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27 154. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the BRONZE Trade
28 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
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1 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that


2 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the BRONZE Trade Dress,
3 but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
4 infringing use of the BRONZE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
5 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
6 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s BRONZE Trade Dress
Dante Console
7
8
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Boden Coffee Table
12
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18 155. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the BRIMSTONE Trade
19 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
20 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
21 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the BRIMSTONE Trade
22 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
23 Defendant’s infringing use of the BRIMSTONE Trade Dress, as found on
24 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
25 ///
26 ///
27 ///
28 ///
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1 Defendant’s Daphane Console HH’s BRIMSTONE Trade Dress


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8 156. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the HASTINGS Trade
9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the HASTINGS Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the HASTINGS Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Dennis Console HH’s HASTINGS Trade Dress
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21
22 157. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the LUSITANIA
23 CONSOLE Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that
24 trade dress, Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised,
25 and/or sold products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to
26 the LUSITANIA CONSOLE Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s
27 proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing use of the
28 LUSITANIA CONSOLE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
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1 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Daryn Console HH’s LUSITANIA CONSOLE
Trade Dress
3
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7
8
9 158. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the WYENTH Trade
10 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
11 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
12 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the WYENTH Trade
13 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
14 Defendant’s infringing use of the WYENTH Trade Dress, as found on
15 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
16 Defendant’s Demi Console HH’s WYENTH Trade Dress
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23 159. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the CHANNEL Trade
24 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
25 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
26 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CHANNEL Trade
27 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
28 Defendant’s infringing use of the CHANNEL Trade Dress, as found on
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1 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Dune Credenza HH’s CHANNEL Trade Dress
3
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8 160. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the OSLO CREDENZA
9 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
10 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
11 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the OSLO
12 CREDENZA Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An
13 example of Defendant’s infringing use of the OSLO CREDENZA Trade Dress,
14 as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Drogo Credenza HH’s OSLO CREDENZA
Trade Dress
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22 161. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the ANTIDOTE Trade
23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the ANTIDOTE Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the ANTIDOTE Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Duro Credenza HH’s ANTIDOTE


Trade Dress
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7
8
9 162. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the BORNEO Trade
10 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
11 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
12 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the BORNEO Trade
13 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
14 Defendant’s infringing use of the BORNEO Trade Dress, as found on
15 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
16 Defendant’s Dollie Credenza HH’s BORNEO Trade Dress
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22 163. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the LIEUTENANT Trade
23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the LIEUTENANT Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the LIEUTENANT Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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1 Defendant’s Dirce Credenza HH’s LIEUTENANT Trade Dress


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8 164. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the OSLO CABINET
9 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
10 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
11 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the OSLO
12 CABINET Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An
13 example of Defendant’s infringing use of the OSLO CABINET Trade Dress, as
14 found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Dones Credenza HH’s OSLO CABINET Trade Dress
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23 165. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the JAVIER Trade Dress,
24 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
25 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
26 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the JAVIER Trade Dress, but
27 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
28 infringing use of the JAVIER Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
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1 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:


2 Defendant’s Dasu Credenza HH’s JAVIER Trade Dress
3
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7
8
9 166. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the AVILA Trade Dress,
10 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
11 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
12 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the AVILA Trade Dress, but is
13 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
14 infringing use of the AVILA Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
15 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
16 Defendant’s Donna Bookcase HH’s AVILA Trade Dress
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24 167. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the HURON Trade Dress,
25 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
26 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
27 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the HURON Trade Dress, but
28 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
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1 infringing use of the HURON Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website


2 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
3 Defendant’s Dagon Bookcase HH’s HURON Trade Dress
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9
10
11 168. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the LUSITANIA
12 CABINET Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that
13 trade dress, Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised,
14 and/or sold products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to
15 the LUSITANIA CABINET Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s
16 proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing use of the
17 LUSITANIA CABINET Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
18 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
19 Defendant’s Danele Wine Cabinet HH’s LUSITANIA CABINET Trade
Dress
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27 169. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the SCRIBE Trade Dress,
28 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has

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1 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use


2 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SCRIBE Trade Dress, but
3 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
4 infringing use of the SCRIBE Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
5 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
6 Defendant’s Dovi Desk HH’s SCRIBE Trade Dress
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12
13 170. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the ANVIL Trade Dress,
14 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
15 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
16 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the ANVIL Trade Dress, but is
17 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
18 infringing use of the ANVIL Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
19 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
20 Defendant’s Dordie Desk HH’s ANVIL Trade Dress
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26 171. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the CONVEX Trade
27 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
28 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
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1 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CONVEX Trade
2 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
3 Defendant’s infringing use of the CONVEX Trade Dress, as found on
4 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
5 Defendant’s Kiba Mirror HH’s CONVEX Trade Dress
6
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10
11 172. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the JUNIPER Trade
12 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
13 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
14 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the JUNIPER Trade Dress,
15 but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
16 infringing use of the JUNIPER Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
17 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
18 Defendant’s Cacia Side Table HH’s JUNIPER Trade Dress
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26 173. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the FISH Trade Dress, and
27 the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
28 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
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1 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the FISH Trade Dress, but is a
2 slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s infringing
3 use of the FISH Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
4 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
5 Defendant’s Benin Coffee Table HH’s FISH Trade Dress
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9
10
11 174. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the CARLYLE Trade
12 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
13 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
14 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the CARLYLE Trade
15 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
16 Defendant’s infringing use of the CARLYLE Trade Dress, as found on
17 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
18 Defendant’s Ara Dining Table HH’s CARLYLE Trade Dress
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24 175. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the HADRIEN
25 UPHOLSTERED Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in
26 that trade dress, Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised,
27 and/or sold products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to
28 the HADRIEN UPHOLSTERED Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s
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1 proprietary design. Examples of Defendant’s infringing use of the HADRIEN


2 UPHOLSTERED Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
3 www.olivyastone.com, are shown below:
4 Defendant’s Accused Products HH’s HADRIEN UPHOLSTERED
Trade Dress
5
Efrem Bench
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7
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Hoshi Lounge Chair
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Hoshi Sofa
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22 176. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the DE STIJL Trade
23 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
24 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
25 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the DE STIJL Trade
26 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
27 Defendant’s infringing use of the DE STIJL Trade Dress, as found on
28 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:

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1 Defendant’s Dalia Credenza HH’s DE STIJL Trade Dress


2
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7
8 177. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the OCTAGONAL Trade
9 Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant
10 has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that
11 use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the OCTAGONAL Trade
12 Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of
13 Defendant’s infringing use of the OCTAGONAL Trade Dress, as found on
14 Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Bellona Coffee Table HH’s OCTAGONAL Trade Dress
16
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20
21 178. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the FALLING WATER
22 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
23 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
24 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the
25 FALLING WATER Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary
26 design. An example of Defendant’s infringing use of the FALLING WATER
27 Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown
28 below:
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1 Defendant’s Bianka Coffee Table HH’s FALLING WATER


Trade Dress
2
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6
7
8 179. Subsequent to HH’s use and adoption of the SIENNA Trade Dress,
9 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
10 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
11 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the SIENNA Trade Dress, but
12 is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
13 infringing use of the SIENNA Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
14 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
15 Defendant’s Atra Dining Table HH’s SIENNA Trade Dress
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22 Trade Dress, and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress,
23 Defendant has developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold
24 products that use trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the
25 LUGANO SIDE Trade Dress, but is a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design.
26 An example of Defendant’s infringing use of the LUGANO SIDE Trade Dress,
27 as found on Defendant’s website www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
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8 and the development of secondary meaning in that trade dress, Defendant has
9 developed, manufactured, imported, advertised, and/or sold products that use
10 trade dress that is not only confusingly similar to the RUCCI Trade Dress, but is
11 a slavish copy of HH’s proprietary design. An example of Defendant’s
12 infringing use of the RUCCI Trade Dress, as found on Defendant’s website
13 www.olivyastone.com, is shown below:
14 Defendant’s Dalis Screen HH’s RUCCI Trade Dress
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24 infringed HH’s trade dress rights with the intent to unfairly compete with HH, to
25 trade upon HH’s reputation and goodwill by causing confusion and mistake
26 among customers and the public, and to deceive the public into believing that
27 Defendant’s products are associated with, sponsored by, originated from, or are
28 approved by HH, when they are not, resulting in a loss of reputation in, and
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1 mischaracterization of, HH’s products and its brand, damaging its marketability
2 and saleability.
3 183. Defendant’s activities constitute willful and intentional
4 infringement of HH’s trade dress rights in total disregard of HH’s proprietary
5 rights, and were done despite Defendant’s knowledge that use of each of the HH
6 Trade Dress was and is in direct contravention of HH’s rights.
7 184. HH is informed and believes, and thereon alleges, that Defendant
8 has derived and received, and will continue to derive and receive, gains, profits,
9 and advantages from Defendant’s trade dress infringement in an amount that is
10 not presently known to HH. By reason of Defendant’s actions, constituting
11 trade dress infringement, HH has been damaged and is entitled to monetary
12 relief in an amount to be determined at trial.
13 185. Pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117, HH is entitled to recover
14 (1) Defendant’s profits, (2) any damages sustained by HH, and (3) the costs of
15 the action. In assessing damages, the Court may enter judgment up to three
16 times actual damages, and in awarding profits, the Court may in its discretion
17 enter judgment for such sum as the court shall find to be just, according to the
18 circumstances of the case. The Court may also award HH its reasonable
19 attorneys’ fees for the necessity of bringing this claim.
20 186. Due to Defendant’s actions, constituting trade dress infringement,
21 HH has suffered great and irreparable injury, for which HH has no adequate
22 remedy at law.
23 187. Defendant will continue to infringe HH’s trade dress rights to the
24 great and irreparable injury of HH, unless and until Defendant is enjoined by
25 this Court.
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1 THIRD CLAIM FOR RELIEF


2 (False Designation of Origin &
Federal Unfair Competition)
3 (15 U.S.C. § 1125(a))
4 188. HH repeats and re-alleges the allegations of paragraphs 1-95 and
5 71-187 of this Complaint as if set forth fully herein.
6 189. This is a claim for unfair competition and false designation of
7 origin arising under 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a).
8 190. Defendant’s use of each of the HH Trade Dress, as well as the HH
9 Trade Dress as a whole, without HH’s consent, constitutes a false designation of
10 origin, false or misleading description of fact, or false or misleading
11 representation of fact, which is likely to cause confusion, or to cause mistake, or
12 to deceive as to the affiliation, connection, or association of such person with
13 another person, or as to the origin, sponsorship, or approval of his or her goods
14 or commercial activities by another person in violation of 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a).
15 191. Defendant’s use of each of the HH Trade Dress, as well as the HH
16 Trade Dress as a whole, without HH’s consent, constitutes a false designation of
17 origin, false or misleading description of fact, or false or misleading
18 representation of fact, which in commercial advertising or promotion,
19 misrepresents the nature, characteristics, qualities, or geographic origin of his
20 goods or commercial activities in violation of 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a).
21 192. By displaying HH’s products to customers, and then substituting
22 Defendant’s own products in its place, Defendant is passing off its own products
23 as those of HH. Further, Defendant has thereby falsely designated the origin of
24 its products as originating from HH, and competed unfairly with HH.
25 Consumers purchasing Defendant’s products after seeing HH’s products are
26 likely to be confused as to whether HH is the source of Defendant’s products or
27 whether HH sponsors or otherwise endorses Defendant’s products. Defendant’s
28 conduct constitutes a violation of 15 U.S.C. §1125(a).
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1 193. HH is informed and believes that Defendant’s acts of false


2 designation of origin, passing off, and unfair competition have been willful and
3 without regard to HH’s rights.
4 194. HH has been damaged by Defendant’s conduct in an amount to be
5 determined at trial.
6 195. Such conduct by Defendant is likely to confuse, mislead, and
7 deceive Defendant’s customers, purchasers, and members of the public as to the
8 origin of Defendant’s products or cause said persons to believe that Defendant
9 and/or its products have been sponsored, approved, authorized, or licensed by
10 HH or are in some way affiliated or connected with HH, all in violation of 15
11 U.S.C. § 1125(a), and this constitutes unfair competition with HH.
12 196. HH is informed and believes, and thereon alleges, that Defendant’s
13 actions were undertaken willfully with full knowledge of the falsity of such
14 designation of origin, passing off, and false descriptions or representations.
15 197. HH is informed and believes, and thereon alleges, that Defendant
16 has derived and received, and will continue to derive and receive, gains, profits,
17 and advantages from Defendant’s false designation of origin, false or misleading
18 statements, descriptions of fact, false or misleading representations of fact,
19 passing off, and unfair competition in an amount that is not presently known to
20 HH. By reason of Defendant’s actions, constituting false designation of origin,
21 false or misleading statements, false or misleading descriptions of fact, false or
22 misleading representations of fact, passing off, and unfair competition, HH has
23 been damaged and is entitled to monetary relief in an amount to be determined
24 at trial.
25 198. Pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117, HH is entitled to recover
26 (1) Defendant’s profits, (2) any damages sustained by HH, and (3) the costs of
27 the action. In assessing damages, the Court may enter judgment up to three
28 times actual damages, and in awarding profits, the Court may in its discretion
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1 enter judgment for such sum as the court shall find to be just, according to the
2 circumstances of the case. The Court may also award HH its reasonable
3 attorneys’ fees for the necessity of bringing this claim.
4 199. Due to Defendant’s actions, constituting false designation of origin,
5 false or misleading statements, false or misleading description of fact, false or
6 misleading representations of fact, passing off, and unfair competition, HH has
7 suffered and continues to suffer great and irreparable injury, for which HH has
8 no adequate remedy at law.
9 200. Defendant will continue its false designation of origin, false or
10 misleading statements, false or misleading description of fact, false or
11 misleading representations of fact, passing off, and unfair competition, unless
12 and until Defendant is enjoined by this Court.
13 CLAIM FOR RELIEF
14 (False Advertising 15 U.S.C. §1125(a))
15 201. HH repeats and re-alleges the allegations of paragraphs 1-95 and
16 109-200 of this Complaint as if set forth fully herein.
17 202. Defendant has engaged in false advertising in violation of 15
18 U.S.C. §1125(a) by posting photographs of HH’s products and falsely claiming
19 the products to be its own.
20 203. Defendant is not and has never been authorized to advertise, sell, or
21 offer to sell HH’s products.
22 204. Defendant’s false advertising has confused consumers into
23 believing that the advertised HH products are or were available from Defendant.
24 205. Defendant thereby diverted sales away from HH and its
25 distributors, and otherwise caused harm to HH, in an amount to be proven at
26 trial.
27 206. HH is informed and believes that Defendant’s false advertising has
28 been willful and without regard to HH’s rights.
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1 207. Defendant’s false advertising will not stop unless enjoined by this
2 Court.
3 FIFTH CLAIM FOR RELIEF
4 (California Unfair Competition)
5 208. HH repeats and re-alleges the allegations of paragraphs 1-95 and
6 71109-207 of this Complaint as if set forth fully herein.
7 209. This is a claim for unfair competition, arising under California
8 Business & Professions Code § 17200, et seq. and California common law.
9 210. Defendant’s acts of trade dress infringement, false designation of
10 origin, passing off, and false advertising complained of herein constitute unfair
11 competition with HH under the common law and statutory laws of the State of
12 California, including California Business & Professions Code § 17200 et seq.
13 211. HH is informed and believes, and thereon alleges, that Defendant
14 has derived and received, and will continue to derive and receive, gains, profits
15 and advantages from Defendant’s unfair competition in an amount that is not
16 presently known to HH.
17 212. By reason of Defendant’s wrongful acts as alleged in this
18 Complaint, HH has been damaged and is entitled to monetary relief in an
19 amount to be determined at trial.
20 213. By its actions, Defendant has injured and violated the rights of HH
21 and has irreparably injured HH, and such irreparable injury will continue unless
22 Defendant is enjoined by this Court.
23 214. Defendant engaged in its acts of unfair competition in violation of
24 the common law of California with malice, oppression, and fraud. Accordingly,
25 an award of punitive damages is appropriate in an amount to be determined at
26 trial.
27 WHEREFORE, HH prays for judgment in its favor against Defendant
28 for the following relief:
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1 A. An Order adjudging Defendant to have willfully infringed the


2 Asserted Patents under 35 U.S.C. § 271;
3 B. A preliminary and permanent injunction enjoining Defendant, its
4 respective officers, directors, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and
5 those persons in active concert or participation with Defendant, from infringing
6 the Asserted Patents in violation of 35 U.S.C. § 271, including, for example,
7 through the manufacture, use, sale, offer for sale, and/or importation into the
8 United States of Defendant’s products accused of infringing the Asserted
9 Patents and any products that are not colorably different form these products;
10 C. That Defendant account for all gains, profits, and advantages
11 derived by Defendant’s infringement of the Asserted Patents in violation of
12 35 U.S.C. § 271, and that Defendant pay to HH all damages suffered by HH
13 and/or Defendant’s total profit from such infringement pursuant to 35 U.S.C.
14 §§ 284 and 289;
15 D. That the Court find for HH and against Defendant on HH’s claims
16 of trade dress infringement, false designation of origin, passing off, false
17 advertising, and unfair competition under 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a);
18 E. That the Court find for HH and against Defendant on HH’s claims
19 of unfair competition under California Business & Professions Code § 17200, et
20 seq. and California common law;
21 F. That the Court issue a preliminary and permanent injunction
22 against Defendant, his agents, servants, employees, representatives, successors,
23 and assigns, and all persons, firms, or corporations in active concert or
24 participation with Defendant, enjoining them from engaging in the following
25 activities and from assisting or inducing, directly or indirectly, others to engage
26 in the following activities:
27 1. manufacturing, importing, marketing, displaying,
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1 products shown above as infringing any of HH’s Trade


2 Dress, or any products that are not colorably different
3 therefrom;
4 2. using any of the HH Trade Dress, or any other trade dress
5 that is confusingly similar to such trade dress;
6 3. falsely designating the origin of Defendant’s goods;
7 4. passing off its goods as those of HH;
8 5. misrepresenting by any means whatsoever, directly or
9 indirectly, the source or sponsorship of any of Defendant’s
10 products, including by advertising and/or displaying an HH
11 product to customers and substituting Defendant’s own
12 products instead;
13 6. falsely advertising HH’s products as its own;
14 7. unfairly competing with HH in any manner whatsoever;
15 8. causing a likelihood of confusion or injuries to HH’s
16 business reputation; and,
17 9. manufacturing, importing, marketing, displaying,
18 distributing, offering to sell, and/or selling any goods that
19 infringe any of the HH Trade Dress.
20 G. That an accounting be ordered to determine Defendant’s profits
21 resulting from its trade dress infringement, false designation of origin, passing
22 off, false advertising, and unfair competition, and that HH be awarded monetary
23 relief in an amount to be fixed by the Court in its discretion as it finds just as an
24 equitable remedy and as a remedy under 15 U.S.C. § 1117, including:
25 1. all profits received by Defendant from sales and revenues of
26 any kind made as a result of its infringing actions;
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1 2. all damages sustained by HH as a result of Defendant’s acts


2 of trade dress infringement, false designation of origin,
3 passing off, false advertising, and unfair competition;
4 3. the costs of this action;
5 H. That such award to HH of damages and profits be trebled pursuant
6 to 15 U.S.C. § 1117;
7 I. An Order adjudging that this is an exceptional case under 15
8 U.S.C. § 1117 and/or 35 U.S.C. § 285;
9 J. That, because of the exceptional nature of this case resulting from
10 Defendant’s deliberate infringing actions, this Court award to HH all reasonable
11 attorneys’ fees, costs, and disbursements incurred as a result of this action,
12 pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117 and/or 35 U.S.C. § 285;
13 K. That HH recover exemplary or punitive damages pursuant to
14 California Civil Code § 3294;
15 L. An Order for a trebling of damages to HH because of Defendant’s
16 willful patent infringement pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 284;
17 M. An award of pre-judgment and post-judgment interest and costs of
18 this action against Defendant; and,
19 N. Such other and further relief as this Court may deem just and
20 proper.
21 KNOBBE, MARTENS, OLSON & BEAR, LLP
22 Dated: September 21, 2018 By: /s/ Ali S. Razai
Paul A. Stewart
23 Ali S. Razai
Clayton R. Henson
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Attorneys for Plaintiff
25 Holly Hunt Enterprises, Inc.
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1 DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL


2 Plaintiff HH, Inc. hereby demands a trial by jury on all issues so triable.
3 KNOBBE, MARTENS, OLSON & BEAR, LLP
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5 Dated: September 21, 2018 By: /s/ Ali S. Razai
Paul A. Stewart
6 Ali S. Razai
Clayton R. Henson
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Attorneys for Plaintiff
8 Holly Hunt Enterprises, Inc.
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