Three Ten Merchandising, a concert merchandising company for Beyonce, sued unnamed persons and corporations to preempt sales of counterfeit merchandise bearing any of Beyonce 2019s registered or pending trademarks 2013 BEYONCE, BEYHIVE, BEYGOOD, #BEYGOOD, and YONCE 2013 at or around Gillette Stadium during her August 5th concert. Three Ten seeks an injunction and an order that U.S. Marshalls and local and state police seize and impound any such merchandise. This preemptive, effectively ex-parte mechanism is permitted under 1984 amendments to the Lanham Act. Judge Zobel, who has been assigned to the case, seems to be the Massachusetts judge for such matters 2013 she has had a number of similar cases involving artists such as Pink, Coldplay, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga .
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