Performance Motion Devices, Inc. v. Ion Motion Control et al. (17-cv-11943).

  • October 11, 2017

Ion Motion Control, alleged to be the trade name for a suspended California corporation known as Basic Micro Products, Inc., was sued by computer hardware manufacturer Performance Motion Devices ( 201cPMD 201d) for trademark infringement, cybersquatting, dilution and false designation of origin. PMD owns an incontestable registration in ION for computer hardware, and owns and operates the domain name . PDM alleges that Basic Micro improperly selected the domain names and and further that Basic Micro infringes the ION mark through the use of the logo:
PDM seeks injunctive and monetary relief, as well as forfeiture/cancellation of the and web domains.

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