True Value Company v. TrueValue POS, Inc. (17-cv-40135).

  • October 17, 2017

Hardware giant True Value Company ( 201cTVC 201d) sued TrueValue POS ( 201cTV POS 201d) for federal and common law trademark infringement, dilution and unfair competition. TVC is a member-owned cooperative made up of 4500 independently-owned and operated retail stores, thousands of which are known as TRUE VALUE stores. TVC has registered TRUE VALUE for a variety of goods and services, including certain retail store services, indicia of membership in an association of retail hardware stores, provision of advertising services, wholesale purchasing services, and credit card services. They have been using the TRUE VALUE mark since 1954, and assert that the mark is famous. TVC asserts that TV POS began using the mark in 2013 or 2014 in its domain name ( in connection with Point Of Sale software and systems for restaurant, retail and credit card services. TVC seeks injunctive, monetary damages and attorneys 2019 fees, as well as a finding that the case is exceptional pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 00a7 1117, which allows for statutory and treble damages.

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