Meyda Lighting indicted of duplicating Dale Tiffany flare design
February 12, 2017 - table lamp
Feb. 3, 2017, 6:25am
LOS ANGELES – A lighting products association formed in La Mirada alleges one of a designs was unlawfully copied.
Dale Tiffany Inc. filed a censure on Jan. 23 in a U.S. District Court for a Central District of California against
Meyda Stained Glass LLC, doing business as Meyda Lighting, and Does 1 by 50
alleging copyright infringement.
According to a complaint, a plaintiff alleges that it is a owners of a copyright for a Boehme Table Lamp design. The plaintiff binds Meyda Stained Glass LLC, doing business as Meyda Lighting, and Does 1 by 50 obliged since a defendants allegedly used website and online stores to arrangement and sell products that infringes plaintiff’s copyrighted design. The plaintiff alleges a infringing products were sole by Amazon, Sears, Walmart and others.
The plaintiff requests a hearing by jury and seeks increase and saving damages, orthodox indemnification of $150,000 for any work infringed, claim opposite a defendant, all authorised fees and interest, and any other service as a justice deems just. It is represented by Steven Y. Han of The Han Law Group in Los Angeles.
U.S. District Court for a Central District of California Case series 2:17-cv-00536-CAS-AGR
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