COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

JOHNSON & PHAM, LLP
Christopher D. Johnson, SBN: 222698
E-mail: cjohnson@johnsonpham.com
Christopher Q. Pham, SBN: 206697
E-mail: cpham@johnsonpham.com
Hung Q. Pham, SBN: 276613
E-mail: ppham@johnsonpham.com
6355 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Suite 326
Woodland Hills, California 91367
Telephone: (818) 888-7540
Facsimile: (818) 888-7544

Attorneys for Plaintiff
SPECULATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN, LLC, dba
SPECK PRODUCTS

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

SPECULATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN,
LLC, dba SPECK PRODUCTS, a
California Limited Liability Company,

Plaintiff,

vs.

PATRICK MATTSON, an Individual;
STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES,
LLC, a Texas Limited Liability
Company; MD5 TECHNOLOGIES, a
business entity of unknown status; and
DOES 1-10, Inclusive,

Defendants
Case No.:

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
AND DECLARATORY RELIEF:

(1) FEDERAL TRADEMARK
INFRINGEMENT [15 U.S.C. §
1114/Lanham Act § 43(a)]
(2) FALSE DESIGNATION OF
ORIGIN/UNFAIR
COMPETITION/FALSE OR
MISLEADING ADVERTISING
[15 U.S.C. § 1125(a)];
(3) TRADEMARK DILUTION [15
U.S.C. § 1125(c)];
(4) UNFAIR BUSINESS
PRACTICES [CALIFORNIA
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONS
CODE § 17200];
(5) FEDERAL COPYRIGHT
INFRINGEMENT [17 U.S.C. §
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 1 of 23 Page ID #:1

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

501(a)];
(6) COMMON LAW COPYRIGHT
INFRINGEMENT
[CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE §
980 ET SEQ., AND
CALIFORNIA COMMON
LAW]
(7) FEDERAL DESIGN PATENT
INFRINGEMENT [35 U.S.C. §
271]

DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL




COMES NOW, Plaintiff SPECULATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN, LLC, dba
SPECK PRODUCTS (hereinafter “Plaintiff” and/or “SPECK”), hereby alleges as
follows:
PARTIES
1. Plaintiff, is now, and was at the time of the filing of this Complaint,
and at all intervening times, a California Limited Liability Company, duly
authorized and licensed to conduct business in the State of California, with its
principal place of business located in San Mateo, California.
2. Plaintiff alleges, on information and belief, that Defendant PATRICK
MATTSON (“Defendant MATTSON”), is now and was at the time of the filing of
this Complaint, an individual doing business in McKinney, Texas. Plaintiff
further alleges, on information and belief, that Defendant MATTSON is the owner
and operator of STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, and the business of
unknown status MD5 TECHNOLOGIES.
3. Plaintiff alleges, on information and belief, that Defendant STU
DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC (“Defendant STU”), is now and was at the
time of the filing of this Complaint, a Texas Limited Liability Company owned by
Defendant MATTSON, doing business at the address of 194 Industrial Boulevard,
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 2 of 23 Page ID #:2

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Suite 102, McKinney, Texas.
4. Plaintiff alleges, on information and belief, that Defendant MD5
TECHNOLOGIES (“Defendant MD5,” collectively “Defendants”), is now and
was at the time of the filing of this Complaint, a business entity of unknown status
that is a subsidiary of Defendant STU and is also owned by Defendant
MATTSON, doing business at the address of 194 Industrial Boulevard, Suite 102,
McKinney, Texas.
5. Defendants conduct business in the jurisdiction of the United States
District Court for the Central District of California by offering counterfeits goods
for sale in Los Angeles, California, that infringes on Plaintiff’s registered
trademarks, copyright, and patent.
6. The true names and capacities, whether individual, corporate,
associate or otherwise, of Defendants herein named as DOES 1-10, inclusive, are
unknown to Plaintiff. Plaintiff therefore sues said Defendants by such fictitious
names. When the true names and capacities of said Defendants have been
ascertained, Plaintiff will amend this pleading accordingly.
7. Plaintiff further alleges that Defendants, and DOES 1-10, inclusive,
sued herein by fictitious names are jointly, severally and concurrently liable and
responsible with the named Defendant upon the causes of action hereinafter set
forth.
8. Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that at all times
mentioned herein Defendants, and DOES 1-10, inclusive, and each of them, were
the agents, servants and employees of every other Defendant and the acts of each
defendant, as alleged herein, were performed within the course and scope of that
agency, service or employment.
JURISDICTION/VENUE
9. This Court has Federal subject matter jurisdiction over this matter
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331 and 1338(a) and (b), in that the case arises out of
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 3 of 23 Page ID #:3

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

claims for trademark infringement, false designation of origin, unfair competition
and dilution under the Lanham Act (15 U.S.C. § 1051 et seq.), and copyright
infringement under the Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. § 501(a)); and this Court has
supplemental jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1367(a) and 1338 (a)(b).
10. This Court has personal jurisdiction over Defendants since
Defendants have committed the tortious and illegal activities of trademark
infringement, copyright infringement, patent infringement, and unfair competition
in this district and/or Defendants have sufficient minimum contacts with this
district such that the exercise of jurisdiction over Defendants by this Court does
not offend traditional notions of fair play and substantial justice. Among other
things, Defendants have advertised, offered to sell and have sold products that
infringe the trademarks of Plaintiff to consumers within this judicial district.
Defendants have also offered to sell and actually sold counterfeit products
(described more fully below) using an interactive internet website and knowing or
having reason to know that consumers throughout the United States, including
within this judicial district, would purchase said counterfeit goods from
Defendants, believing that they were authentic goods manufactured and
distributed by Plaintiff or its authorized manufacturers.
11. Additionally, supplemental jurisdiction exists over Defendants
because, on information and belief, Defendants conduct business in California and
in this judicial district, have purposefully directed action to California and this
district, or have otherwise availed themselves of the privileges and protections of
the laws of the State of California, such that this Court’s assertion of jurisdiction
over Defendants does not offend traditional notions of fair play and due process.
12. Venue is proper, inter alia, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1391(b) because
on information and belief, a substantial part of the events or omissions giving rise
to the claim occurred in this judicial district, and has caused damages to Plaintiff
in this district. The counterfeit Speck®-branded products were purchased from
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 4 of 23 Page ID #:4

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

California and Defendants purposefully shipped these counterfeit products into
California. Defendants’ actions within this district directly interfere with and
damage Plaintiff’s commercial efforts and endeavors and harms Plaintiff’s
goodwill within this venue. Additionally, Plaintiff conducts a substantial business
within this venue.
GENERAL ALLEGATIONS
Plaintiff and its Famous Speck®-Branded Products
13. Plaintiff is a privately held U.S. corporation founded in Palo Alto
California in 2001 as a form fit cellular telephone case company. Plaintiff creates
cases for the mobile accessories market.
14. Plaintiff is one of the leading companies in their industry and has
gained numerous awards and recognition for its innovative products and designs.
15. Plaintiff is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of protective
carrying cases for electronic devices, including but not limited to, portable
electronic listening devices and music players, namely, mp3 players, and for
portable computers, global positioning systems (GPS devices), mobile and cellular
telephones, portable media players, and personal digital assistants.
16. Plaintiff develops and manufactures protective carrying cases for
products such as the Apple iPhone®, Apple iPad®, Apple iPod®, Apple
MacBook®, Notebook bags and sleeves, Smartphones including Blackberry®,
HTC®, Sharp®, Samsung®, and Motorola® models, TomTom® GPS navigation
devices, portable hard drives such as WD My Passport Elite/Essential®, and the
Kindle 3®.
17. Plaintiff is continually striving to discover and develop new,
advanced technologies and designs to meet the needs of the ever-advancing
consumer electronics industry. Plaintiff offers over 250 products and is sold in
over 75 countries worldwide.
/ / /
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 5 of 23 Page ID #:5

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

18. Plaintiff has spent substantial time, money and effort in developing
consumer recognition and awareness of its marks. Through the extensive use of
the Plaintiff’s marks, Plaintiff has built up and developed significant goodwill in
its entire product line. A wide array of newspapers, magazines and television
networks has included advertising of Plaintiff’s products, which are immediately
identified by Plaintiff’s marks.
19. Plaintiff is the exclusive owner of federally-registered and Common
law trademarks. The following is a partial (non-exhaustive) list of the registered
trademarks owned by Plaintiff:
A. SPECK, registered trademark number 3,663,010, registered on
August 4, 2009, for use on or in connection with protective carrying cases for
portable electronic listening devices and music players, namely, mp3 players, and
for portable computers, global positioning systems (GPS devices), mobile and
cellular telephones, portable media players, and personal digital assistants, in
Class 9 (U.S. CLS. 21, 23, 26, 36 and 38);
B. [Design Mark], registered trademark number 3,666,082,
registered on August 11, 2009, consisting of an asterisk between parentheses
followed by the word “SPECK” in stylized letters; for use on or in connection
with protective carrying cases for portable electronic listening devices and music
players, namely, mp3 players, and for portable computers, global positioning
systems (GPS devices), mobile and cellular telephones, portable media players,
and personal digital assistants, in Class 9 (U.S. CLS. 21, 23, 26, 36 and 38);
C. [Design Mark], registered trademark number 3,666,072,
registered on August 11, 2009, consisting of an asterisk between parentheses; for
use on or in connection with protective carrying cases for portable electronic
listening devices and music players, namely, mp3 players, and for portable
computers, global positioning systems (GPS devices), mobile and cellular
telephones, portable media players, and personal digital assistants, in Class 9 (U.S.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 6 of 23 Page ID #:6

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

CLS. 21, 23, 26, 36 and 38);
D. CANDYSHELL, registered trademark number 3,817,709,
registered on July 13, 2010, for use on or in connection with protective carrying
cases for mp3 players, mobile and cellular telephones, portable media players, and
personal digital assistants in Class 9 (U.S. CLS. 21, 23, 26, 36 and 38);
Attached hereto as Exhibits A-D are true and correct copies of the
certificates of registration for each of the Marks that are federally-registered
(hereinafter “Plaintiff’s Marks”).
20. Plaintiff is also the owner of several international trademarks in the
following locations: Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Malaysia,
European Community, Hong Kong, Int’l Registration – Madrid Protocol, Taiwan,
Australia, Singapore, Japan, Russian Federation, Thailand, and the People’s
Republic of China.
21. Plaintiff is also the exclusive owner of federally-registered and
common law copyrights related to and used in connection with the distribution of
its SPECK®–branded products, with the following (non-exhaustive) copyright
names, registration numbers, and registration dates: (hereinafter “Plaintiff’s
Copyright”)
A. “Fitted Arts Projekt iPhone 3 Core,” VA1778313 (Registered
May 27, 2011);
B. “PixelSkin iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1778433 (Registered May 27,
2011);
C. “GeoMetric iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1778429 (Registered May 27,
2011);
D. “Fitted iPhone 4 Core,” VA 1778411 (Registered May 27,
2011);
E. “Fitted iPhone 3 Core,” VA1778403 (Registered June 3, 2011);
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 7 of 23 Page ID #:7

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

F. “ToughSkin iPhone 3 Core,” VA1778414 (Registered June 3,
2011);
G. “SeeThru iPhone 3 Core,” VA1778421 (Registered June 3,
2011);
H. “CandyShell iPhone 3 Core,” VA1778406 (Registered June 3,
2011);
I. “SeeThru Satin iPhone 4 Core,” VA1778423 (Registered June
3, 2011);
J. “SeeThru Satin iPhone 3 Core,” VA1791177 (Registered May
27, 2011);
K. “SeeThru iPhone 4 Core,” VA1778418 (Registered June 3,
2011);
L. “Fitted Burton iPhone 4,” VA1778646 (Registered June 3,
2011);
M. “Fitted iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1778642 (Registered June 3,
2011);
N. “ToughSkin iPhone 4 Core,” VA1791169 (Registered May 27,
2011);
O. “PixelSkin iPhone 4 Core,” VA1791185 (Registered May 27,
2011);
P. “Fitted Flex iPhone 4 Core,” VA1791188 (Registered May 27,
2011);
Q. “SeeThru Satin iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1791189 (Registered
May 27, 2011);
R. CANDYSHELL FOR iPHONE 4,” VA1772394 (Registered
May 6, 2011);
S. “Fitted Flex iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1791186 (Registered May 27,
2011);
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 8 of 23 Page ID #:8

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

T. “ToughSkin iPhone 4 Apple,” VA1791180 (Registered May
27, 2011);
U. “GeoMetric iPhone 4 Core,” VA1791182 (Registered May 27,
2011);
V. “ToughShell iPhone 4 Core,” VA1791178 (Registered May 27,
2011);
W. “iPhone 5 ShieldView Envelope,” VA1879078 (Registered
November 20, 2012);
X. iPhone 5 GemShell Core 2 Wedge 2- Cardstock,” VA1879027
(Registered November 20, 2012);
Y. iPhone 5 CandyShell Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,” VA1879028
(Registered November 20, 2012);
Z. iPhone 5 SmartFlex CARD Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,”
VA1879029 (Registered November 20, 2012);
AA. iPhone 5 CandyShell FLIP Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,”
VA1879012 (Registered November 20, 2012);
BB. iPhone 5 CandyShell GRIP Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,”
VA1879031 (Registered November 20, 2012);
CC. iPhone 5 CandyShell SATIN Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,”
VA1879076 (Registered November 20, 2012);
DD. iPhone 5 SmartFlex View Core2 Wedge2- Cardstock,”
VA1879010 (Registered November 20, 2012);
EE. iPhone 5 FabShell Core2 Wedge2 - Cardstock,” VA1879074
(Registered November 20, 2012);
FF. iPhone 5 PixelSkin Core2 Wedge2 - Cardstock,” VA1879056
(Registered November 20, 2012);
GG. iPhone 5 PixelSkin HD Core2 Wedge2 - Cardstock,”
VA1879051 (Registered November 20, 2012);
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 9 of 23 Page ID #:9

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

HH. iPhone 5 FabShell Burton Core2 Wedge2 - Cardstock,”
VA1879040 (Registered November 20, 2012);
II. iPhone 5 CandyShell Apple Packaging Milk Carton,”
VA1879009 (Registered November 20, 2012);
JJ. iPhone 5 GemShell Apple Packaging Milk Carton,”
VA1879038 (Registered November 20, 2012);
KK. iPhone 5 CandyShell Card Apple Packaging Milk Carton,”
VA1879036 (Registered November 20, 2012);
LL. iPhone 5 ToughSkin Apple 2 Carton- Cardstock,” VA1879035
(Registered November 20, 2012);
MM. iPhone 5 SmartFlex Apple Packaging Milk Carton,”
VA1879034 (Registered November 20, 2012); and
NN. iPhone 5 SmartFlex Shine Apple Packaging Milk Carton,”
VA1879013 (Registered November 20, 2012);
22. Additionally, Plaintiff owns a valid and lawfully issued United States
Design Patent, patent no. US 8,204,561 B2, for its “one piece co-formed exterior
hard shell case with an elastomeric liner for mobile electronic devices” (“Design
Patent”). Attached hereto as Exhibit E is a true and correct copy of the
registration certificate and design drawing.
Defendants’ Wrongful and Infringing Conduct
23. Defendants use, amongst other things, the Internet auction website
known as www.ebay.com (“eBay”) to sell and distribute products, including
counterfeit hard goods bearing Plaintiff’s Marks, Copyrights, and Design Patent
described above, to consumers. At any given time, there are millions of items
listed on eBay.com for purchase by its more than 200 million registered users.
24. Beginning on a date that is currently unknown to Plaintiff and
continuing to the present, Defendants have, without the consent of Plaintiff,
offered to sell and sold within the United States (including within this judicial
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 10 of 23 Page ID #:10

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

district) goods that were neither made by Plaintiff nor by a manufacturer
authorized by Plaintiff (such goods are hereafter referred to as “Counterfeit
Good(s)”) using reproductions, counterfeits, copies and/or colorable imitations of
one or more of the subject Marks, Federally-Registered Copyrights, Common-
Law Copyrights, and/or Design Patent. On information and belief, Plaintiff
further alleges that Defendants imported said Counterfeit Goods into the United
States, or encouraged others to import said Counterfeit Goods into the United
States, for the purpose of reselling the Counterfeit Goods in the United States.
25. Defendants own and operate web stores on eBay using the seller IDs
“drsmartphonesgroup” and “md5technologies.” Through these web stores,
Defendants regularly and systematically advertised, marketed, distributed and sold
products bearing unauthorized Speck registered trademarks.
26. On or about January 29, 2013, Plaintiff purchased a purported
“IPHONE 5 SPECK CANDYSHELL WHITE / BLUE COLOR. NEW, USA
SELLER” (Item #300852917445) from Defendants’ eBay seller ID
“drsmartphonesgroup,” for a cost of $13.53, shipping inclusive, charged to the
PayPal electronic payment account of Plaintiff. Plaintiff’s PayPal electronic
payment receipt clearly identifies Plaintiff’s payment was made to “STU
Distribution Services” (Defendant STU), with a Customer Service URL of
“http://www.md5tech.com” (Defendant MD5), and PayPal ID
“igor.pogorely@md5tech.com.” The Counterfeit Good was shipped into Los
Angeles, California within this Court’s jurisdiction and was received with
shipping label identifying the seller as “Patrick Mattson” (Defendant MATTSON)
in the return address. A true and correct copy of the PayPal electronic payment
receipt is attached hereto as Exhibit F. A true and correct copy of the shipping
label identifying the seller Defendant MATTSON in the return address is attached
hereto as Exhibit G.
/ / /
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 11 of 23 Page ID #:11

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

27. The purported “IPHONE 5 SPECK CANDYSHELL WHITE / BLUE
COLOR. NEW, USA SELLER” (Item #300852917445) purchased from
Defendants was inspected by Plaintiff to determine authenticity. Plaintiff’s
inspection of the purchased item using security measures confirmed that the item
Defendants sold to Plaintiff was in fact a counterfeit Speck®-branded product.
28. On or about January 29, 2013, Plaintiff purchased a purported
“IPHONE 5 SPECK CANDYSHELL DEEP VIOLET / AQUA COLOR. NEW,
USA SELLER” (Item #271164615042) from Defendants’ eBay seller ID
“md5technologies,” for a cost of $18.75, shipping inclusive, charged to the PayPal
electronic payment account of Plaintiff. Plaintiff’s PayPal electronic payment
receipt clearly identifies Plaintiff’s payment was made to “STU Distribution
Services” (Defendant STU), with a Customer Service URL of
“http://www.md5tech.com” (Defendant MD5), and PayPal ID
“igor.pogorely@md5tech.com.” The Counterfeit Good was shipped into Los
Angeles, California within this Court’s jurisdiction and was received with
shipping label identifying the seller as “MD5 TECHNOLOGIES” (Defendant
MD5) in the return address. A true and correct copy of the PayPal electronic
payment receipt is attached hereto as Exhibit H. A true and correct copy of the
shipping label identifying the seller Defendant MD5 in the return address is
attached hereto as Exhibit I.
29. The purported “IPHONE 5 SPECK CANDYSHELL DEEP VIOLET
/ AQUA COLOR. NEW, USA SELLER” (Item #271164615042) purchased from
Defendants was inspected by Plaintiff to determine authenticity. Plaintiff’s
inspection of the purchased item using security measures confirmed that the item
Defendants sold to Plaintiff was in fact a counterfeit Speck®-branded product.
30. Defendants intentionally and knowingly accepted Plaintiff’s money
from a financial institution located in the State of California.
/ / /
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 12 of 23 Page ID #:12

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

31. Defendants also intentionally and knowingly delivered the
counterfeit products into the State of California.
32. Through such business activities, Defendants purposely derived
benefit from their interstate commerce activities by expressly targeting
foreseeable purchasers in the State of California. But for Defendants’ advertising,
soliciting and selling of counterfeit Speck®-branded products, Plaintiff would not
have been able to make a purchase of the subject products.
33. Defendants use images and names confusingly similar or identical to
Plaintiff’s Marks to confuse consumers and aid in the promotion and sales of its
unauthorized and counterfeit product. Defendants’ use of Plaintiff’s Marks,
Copyright, and Design Patent include importing, advertising, displaying,
distributing, selling and/or offering to sell Counterfeit Goods.
34. Defendants’ use began long after Plaintiff’s adoption and use of its
trademarks, and after Plaintiff obtained the trademark and copyright registrations
alleged above. Neither Plaintiff nor any authorized agents have consented to
Defendants’ use of Plaintiff’s Marks, Federally-Registered Copyrights, Common-
Law Copyrights, and/or Design Patent.
35. Defendants’ actions have confused and deceived, or threatened to
confuse and deceive, the consuming public concerning the source and sponsorship
of the counterfeit Speck products sold and distributed by Defendants. By their
wrongful conduct, Defendants have traded upon and diminished Plaintiff’s
goodwill. Furthermore, the sale and distribution of Counterfeit Goods by
Defendants have infringed upon Plaintiff’s Marks, Federally-Registered
Copyrights, Common-Law Copyrights, and/or Design Patent.
36. Defendants’ offering to sell, selling, importing and encouraging
others to import Counterfeit Goods in this manner was and is likely to cause
confusion or to cause mistake and/or to deceive consumers who purchase the
Counterfeit Goods. Defendants also offered to sell, sold, imported, and/or
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 13 of 23 Page ID #:13

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

encouraged others to import for purpose of resale within the United States
Counterfeit Goods consisting of reproductions and/or copies of products bearing
Plaintiff’s Marks, Federally-Registered Copyrights, Common-Law Copyrights,
and Design Patent. Defendants’ use of such Marks, Federally-Registered
Copyrights, Common-Law Copyrights, and Design Patent was done without
Plaintiff’s authorization.
FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trademark Infringement Against Defendant PATRICK MATTSON,
Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5
TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
[15 U.S.C. § 1114/Lanham Act § 43(a)]
37. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as though fully set forth in this
cause of action.
38. Defendants’ actions as described herein constitute direct and/or
contributory trademark infringement in violation of 15 U.S.C. § 1114(1)(a).
39. As a proximate result of Defendants’ trademark infringement,
Plaintiff has been damaged in an amount to be proven at trial. Further, Plaintiff
alleges on information and belief that, as a proximate result of Defendants’
trademark infringement, Defendants have unlawfully profited in an amount to be
proven at trial.
40. At all relevant times, Defendants acted intentionally and/or willfully
in using the Marks on the Counterfeit Goods, knowing that said Marks belonged
to Plaintiff, that the Counterfeit Goods were in fact counterfeit, and that
Defendants were not authorized to use said Marks on the Counterfeit Goods.
Plaintiff is therefore entitled to recovery of treble damages pursuant to 15 U.S.C. §
1117(a). Further, Defendants’ knowing, intentional and/or willful actions make
this an exceptional case, entitling Plaintiff to an award of reasonable attorney fees
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 14 of 23 Page ID #:14

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117(a).
41. Defendants’ actions also constitute the use by Defendants of one or
more “counterfeit mark” as defined in 15 U.S.C. § 1116(d)(1)(B). Plaintiff
therefore reserves the right to elect, at any time before final judgment is entered in
this case, an award of statutory damages pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117(c)(1)
and/or (2).
42. The acts of direct and/or contributory trademark infringement
committed by Defendants have caused, and will continue to cause, Plaintiff
irreparable harm unless they are enjoined by this Court.
SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION
(False Designation of Origin, False or Misleading Advertising Against
Defendant PATRICK MATTSON, Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION
SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5 TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10,
Inclusive)
[15 U.S.C. § 1125 (a)]
43. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as thought fully set forth in this
cause of action.
44. Defendants’ actions as described herein constitute direct and/or
contributory violation of 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a)(1)(A), as such actions are likely to
cause confusion, or to cause mistake, or to deceive as to the affiliation,
connection, or association of Defendants with Plaintiff and/or as to the origin,
sponsorship, and/or approval of such Counterfeit Goods by Plaintiff.
45. As a proximate result of Defendants’ violation as described herein,
Plaintiff has been damaged in an amount to be proven at trial. Further, Plaintiff
alleges on information and belief that, as a proximate result of defendant’s direct
and/or contributory trademark infringement, Defendants have unlawfully profited,
in an amount to be proven at trial.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 15 of 23 Page ID #:15

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

46. Defendants’ acts of violating, directly and/or contributorily, Section
1125 have caused, and will continue to cause, Plaintiff irreparable harm unless
they are enjoined by this Court.
THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION
(Trademark Dilution Against Defendant PATRICK MATTSON, Defendant
STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5
TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
[15 U.S.C. § 1125(c)]
47. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as though fully set forth in this
cause of action.
48. Plaintiff’s Marks are distinctive and famous within the meaning of
the Lanham Act.
49. Upon information and belief, Defendants’ unlawful actions began
long after Plaintiff’s Marks became famous, and Defendants acted knowingly,
deliberately and willfully with the intent to trade on Plaintiff’s reputation and to
dilute Plaintiff’s Marks. Defendants’ conduct is willful, wanton and egregious.
50. Defendants’ intentional sale of fake, pirated and counterfeit items
bearing Plaintiff’s Marks is likely to cause confusion, mistake, or to deceive,
mislead, betray, and defraud consumers to believe that the substandard imitations
are genuine products manufactured by Plaintiff. The actions of Defendants
complained of herein have diluted and will continue to dilute Plaintiff’s Marks,
and are likely to impair the distinctiveness, strength and value of Plaintiff’s
Marks, and injure the business reputation of Plaintiff and its marks.
51. Defendants’ acts have caused and will continue to cause Plaintiff
irreparable harm. Plaintiff has no adequate remedy at law to compensate it fully
for the damages that have been caused and which will continue to be caused by
Defendants’ unlawful acts, unless they are enjoined by this Court.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 16 of 23 Page ID #:16

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
17
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

52. As the acts alleged herein constitute a willful violation of section
43(c) of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(c), Plaintiff is entitled to injunctive
relief as well as monetary damages and other remedies provided by 15 U.S.C. §§
1116, 1117, 1118, and 1125(c), including Defendants’ profits, treble damages,
reasonable attorney’s fees, costs and prejudgment interest.
FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Unfair Competition Against Defendant PATRICK MATTSON, Defendant
STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5
TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
California Business & Professions Code § 17200 et seq.
53. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as thought fully set forth in this
cause of action.
54. Defendants’ actions described herein constitute unlawful, unfair
and/or fraudulent business acts or practices. Defendants’ actions thus constitute
“unfair competition” pursuant to California Business & Professions Code §
17200.
55. As a proximate result of Defendants’ actions, Plaintiff has suffered
an injury in fact, including without limitation, damages in an amount to be proven
at trial, loss of money or property, and diminution in the value of its trademarks.
Plaintiff therefore has standing to assert this claim pursuant to California Business
& Professions Code § 17204.
56. Defendants’ actions have caused, and will continue to cause Plaintiff
to suffer irreparable harm unless enjoined by this Court pursuant to California
Business & Professions Code § 17203. In addition, Plaintiff requests that the
Court order that Defendants disgorges all profits wrongfully obtained as a result of
Defendant’s unfair competition, and order that defendant pay restitution to
Plaintiff in an amount to be proven at trial.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 17 of 23 Page ID #:17

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Federal Copyright Infringement Against Defendant PATRICK MATTSON,
Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5
TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
[17 U.S.C. § 501(a)]
57. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as thought fully set forth in this
cause of action.
58. Plaintiff is the exclusive owner of copyrights in and related to its
Speck®–branded products packaging, having numerous applications relating to
the same pending with the United States Copyright Office and possessing
copyright registrations with the United States Copyright Office.
59. Defendants did not seek and failed to obtain Plaintiff’s consent or
authorization to utilize, manufacture, reproduce, copy, display, prepare derivative
works, distribute, sell, transfer, rent, perform, and/or market Plaintiff’s copyright-
protected materials.
60. Without permission, Defendants intentionally and knowingly
reproduced, counterfeited, copied, displayed, and/or manufactured Plaintiff’s
protected works by offering, advertising, promoting, retailing, selling, and
distributing counterfeit Speck-branded products contained within product
packaging which is at a minimum substantially similar to Plaintiff’s copyright
protected product packaging.
61. Defendants’ acts as alleged herein, constitute infringement of
Plaintiff’s copyright, including Plaintiff’s exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute
and/or sell such protected material.
62. Defendants’ knowing and intentional copyright infringement as
alleged herein has caused and will continue to cause substantial and irreparable
harm to Plaintiff and has and will continue to cause damage to Plaintiff. Plaintiff
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 18 of 23 Page ID #:18

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

is therefore entitled to injunctive relief, damages, Defendants’ profits, increased
damages, and reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.
SIXTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Common Law Copyright Infringement Against Defendant PATRICK
MATTSON, Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant
MD5 TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
[California Civil Code §980 et seq., and California Common Law]
63. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as thought fully set forth in this
cause of action.
64. At all times relevant herein, Plaintiff has held and still holds the
exclusive rights under California law and common law to reproduce, distribute, or
license the reproduction and distribution of the artwork, design, pictures,
representation, model and patterns protected by Plaintiff’s Common-Law
Copyrights in any and all formats and mediums, throughout the United States.
65. The artwork, design, pictures, representation, model and pattern of
protected by Plaintiff’s Common-Law Copyrights are original works in tangible
form which have been widely disseminated and published since at least in or
about September 2001.
66. The conduct herein complained of was extreme, outrageous,
fraudulent, and was inflicted on Plaintiff in reckless disregard of Plaintiff’s
rights. Defendants’ acts have irreparably harmed and continue to harm Plaintiff’s
exclusive proprietary rights and constitute common law copyright infringement
and unfair competition. Defendants’ outrageous conduct supports an award of
exemplary and punitive damages in an amount sufficient to punish and make an
example of Defendants and to deter them from similar conduct in the future.
67. Each infringing transfer, duplication, sale, rental, distribution, display
and other exploitation of the artwork, design, pictures, representation, model and
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 19 of 23 Page ID #:19

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

patterns protected by Plaintiff’s Common-Law Copyrights constitutes a separate
claim against Defendants under common law copyright and California Civil Code
§ 980.
SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION
(Federal Design Patent Infringement Against Defendant PATRICK
MATTSON, Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION SERVICES, LLC, Defendant
MD5 TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10, Inclusive)
[35 U.S.C. § 71]
68. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference each of the other
allegations set forth elsewhere in this Complaint as though fully set forth in this
cause of action.
69. Plaintiff is the owner of the Design Patent with the USPTO
Registration No.: US 8,204,561 B2. (See Exhibit “E,” Design Patent hereto)
70. Defendants have infringed and continue to infringe Plaintiff’s Design
Patent by using, selling and/or offering to sell, in the United States and/or
importing into the United States, Counterfeit Goods which embody the designed
covered by the Design Patent. Defendants’ infringing products include all of the
ornamental designs in Plaintiff’s Design Patent drawings. By its conduct,
Defendants have violated 35 U.S.C. § 271 by direct infringement of Plaintiff’s
Design Patent.
71. On the basis allege, Defendants have gained profits by virtue of its
infringement of the Design Patent.
72. As a direct and legal result of Defendants’ wrongful conduct,
Plaintiff has been and will be irreparably and permanently harmed; wherefore
Plaintiff is without an adequate remedy at law. Accordingly, Plaintiff is entitled
to, among other things, an order enjoining and restraining Defendants from further
engaging in the infringement of the Design Patent.
73. Defendants’ infringement of the Design Patent is and has been willful.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 20 of 23 Page ID #:20

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Accordingly, Plaintiff is entitled to its monetary damages, in an amount to be
proven at trial, and award of treble damages, and its reasonable attorney’s fees and
costs.
REQUEST FOR RELIEF
WHEREFORE, Plaintiff hereby respectfully requests the following relief
against Defendant PATRICK MATTSON, Defendant STU DISTRIBUTION
SERVICES, LLC, Defendant MD5 TECHNOLOGIES, and DOES 1-10,
inclusive, and each of them as follows:
1. An order and judgment preliminary and permanently enjoining
Defendants and their officers, directors, agents, servants, employees,
affiliates, attorneys, and all others acting in privity or in concert with
them, and their parents, subsidiaries, divisions, successors and assigns
from further acts of infringement of Plaintiff’s asserted Design Patent;
2. For an award of Plaintiffs damages and Defendants profits adequate to
compensate Plaintiff for Defendants’ infringement of the Design Patent,
and in no event less than a reasonable royalty for Defendants’ acts of
infringement, including all pre-judgment and post-judgment interest as
the maximum rate permitted by law;
3. For an award of all damages, including treble damages, based on any
infringement found to be willful, pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 284, together
with prejudgment interest;
4. For an award of all profits, pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 289 together with
prejudgment interest;
5. For an award of Defendants’ profits and Plaintiff’s damages in an
amount to be proven at trial for trademark infringement under 15 U.S.C.
§ 1114(a);
6. For an award of Defendants’ profits and Plaintiff’s damages in an
amount to be proven at trial for false designation of origin and unfair
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 21 of 23 Page ID #:21

COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

competition under 15 U.S.C. § 1125(a);
7. For $2,000,000.00 per counterfeit mark per type of goods sold, offered
for sale, or distributed under 15 U.S.C. § 1117(c);
8. For an award of Defendants’ profits and Plaintiff’s damages in an
amount to be proven at trial for trademark dilution under 15 U.S.C. §
1125(c);
9. In the alternative to actual damages and Defendants’ profits for the
infringement and counterfeiting of Plaintiff’s trademarks pursuant to the
Lanham Act, for statutory damages pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 1117(c),
which election Plaintiff will make prior to the rendering of final
judgment;
10. For restitution in an amount to be proven at trial for unfair, fraudulent
and illegal business practices under Business and Professions Code §
17200;
11. For damages to be proven at trial for common law unfair competition;
12. For temporary, preliminary and permanent injunctive relief from this
Court prohibiting Defendants from engaging or continuing to engage in
the unlawful, unfair, or fraudulent business acts or practices described
herein, including the advertising and/or dealing in any counterfeit
product; the unauthorized use of any mark, copyright or other
intellectual property right of Plaintiff; acts of trademark infringement or
dilution; false designation of origin; unfair competition; and any other
act in derogation of Plaintiff’s rights;
13. For an order from the Court requiring that Defendants provide complete
accountings and for equitable relief, including that Defendants disgorge
and return or pay their ill-gotten gains obtained from the illegal
transactions entered into and or pay restitution, including the amount of
monies that should have been paid if Defendants’ complied with their
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 22 of 23 Page ID #:22
legal obligations, or as equity requires;
2 14. For an order from the Court that an asset freeze or constructi ve trust be
3 imposed over all moni es and profits in Defendants' possession whi ch
4 rightfully belong to Pl aintiffs;
5 IS.For destruction of the infr inging articles in Defendants' possession under
6 15U.S.C.§ III 8;
7 16. For treble damages suffered by Plaintiff as a result of the willful and
8 intentional infringements and acts of counterfeiting engaged in by
9 Defendants, under 15 U.S.C. § I I 17(b );
I 0 17. For damages in an amount to be proven at tri al for unjust enri chment;
II 18. For an award of exempl ary or puniti ve damages in an amount to be
12 determined by the Court;
13 19.for Plaintiff s reasonable attorney's fees;
14 20.For all costs of suit; and
15 2 1. For such other and further rei ief as the Court may deem just and
16 equitabl e.
17 FOR JURY TRIAL
18 Plaintiff SPECULATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN, LLC, dba SPECK
19 PRODUCTS, respectfull y demands a tri al by jury in thi s acti on.
20
21 DATED: August 13,2014
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
JOHNSON & PHAM, LLP
 
Chri stopher Q. Pham, Esq.
Hung Q. Pham, Esq.
Attorneys for Plainti ff
SPECULATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN,
LLC dba SPECK PRODUCTS
2.1
COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 23 of 23 Page ID #:23
EXHIBIT A
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 1 of 28 Page ID #:24
nrf, C!,: 9
ftior u,$, €ils.: 2tr, 23, 26, 36 rnd 30
[-luited Ststes Farleut and Tnademarlr Orffriee
lllL4!]EtldAM
F&ryCryAL EEGISTEF.
Feg. i{o, 3,653,010
Rlgleluel .3-!8, 4, 2009
SPECK
SPECULATWE IRODUCT DESION, INC. I
FO.IUflA CORPONAIION). DEA SPECIC
DIJCTS
2]? FOREIiT AVE:\'IJE
PALO ALTo. C{,r'E0t
.J
FOII PITOTECTITE CiRN]'INO C,\SES FO]I
FOII'TADLE ELEfiROhtIC LETEI\iING DEYICT'S
.IJ.ID l{UslC FL4!ERs, NAME'y, IvIPJ PLAYEnS,
ANO FOR PO]ITAI}LE COI{PUTTIIs, OLOBAL I€.
srTloMNG sysiEhts (GDs DEvrcEs), ldoBrLE
/U{D CELLUTA R TELEP:IONE5, PORTNILE ulD'
Cr\LI.
Fll0.
fA PhYSI$ ,Vr'D PERIONT\I DIGITAL A5Sl5,
TANTS, tN CLust (U.S. Cts, tt,3l, -'6,t6 AJ{D lll},
Ftl(ST USE l:n)?001; N COI\lifEJtlE ll'll-lcoJ,
1]lE :!Hfl. CoNSItrfS oF SL/WDI lD CfiAn.
AC'ERs \\ITHOUT
gL{M
TD-.tl'II' IA RTICUI."A R
GDHT,
gTyLE,
SIZE, OR C0L0R,
sER, NO. 7t.it8,150, FILED t0-e-:008.
Ajslli, sAl-[hr, e{n]r,flNING ATToP,Nn'
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 2 of 28 Page ID #:25
EXHIBIT B
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 3 of 28 Page ID #:26
lint C3.; 9
hior [J,S.
rCls,l
?I, ?3, 26,36awd33
{Jmirled States F;rtemrl aman Tradernurrlq tDffice
t'[tAD]0MIARI{
DiTEqCFtI,IPJC1STER
IPeg, Itlo. 3r656,il82
Regislerej trr ?n!9
IA TIA1 ENS, AND PENSONAI DIGTIAL ASSIS.
TnuYni, rr't cL^ss I (u,s, clg, ll
,
!1, 26, 16 AI'JD 3E),
FmST USE ).3:-2007it1\- COMdERCE t-3t-:007
Tl{6 hrAFl( coNsisls oF r'J.l isTEldsl( BE-
TWEEN FARENTHESES FOLLONED
gY
TH8
WORD
TSPECTCI
IN STYLIZED TFIT.ENS,
sE!,. NO, 77.600,,1O, FILED 10.34.1008,
AISH.{ 5ArEM, .EL l,{tNtN.*c ATtC'tU.tE]'
,Aii,€\
Irrhd/
\t
trj
spEcuLAt$E
ploDucr
DEsloN, INq
(cALI-
FOn'r-lA CoRFoRnTloN). DBA SPECK PRO'
DUCTS
]17 FOREST AVENUE
PALO ALTD, C/t 9+301
FoRr PROTECmTE CARRYINO
4ASES
FOn
PORTATLE ELECTROI\IC USTlh'lNc DE1'ICES
.AND I{USIC PLAYERS. N,l]vtELy, hlPl PLAyEnS,
3I.iD FOR !ORT,{FLE COM!I.JTER$, GLOBAL PO,
stTJol.lING sYsTElrs (cps DEytcEs), t?tornrE
AT.ID CELLUIAR TELEPHONES, PORT..\I]LE ItED,
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 4 of 28 Page ID #:27
EXHIBIT C
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 5 of 28 Page ID #:28
&lt, Ci.:9
Elisr U.S, CIs,! 11, 23, 26, 36 ard 3ts
trinlted Stbtes Patemrl and Tradeuaark t0ffiee
ITEADEMA$I!'
P!\trllclPF3 BlEGISlE.il
S!!CULATI'E PNODUCT DESIGN.,INC. I
T'-ONNL,\ CORPORANOI'I), DBA STJECI(
DUgIS
::7 FOIE5T AVlr'{U.E
I'ALO ALTO, CA tU0t
CALI.
llto.
E-ez, Itlo, J,666,07?
ItcEtbnC .i-q. JJ, 2889
lA FLAYEIiS, A)'lD FIIISONAI i]tcrAl ,ISSIJ,
TAi.:TS, N CLA5S I0J.S. Cls. ?1, ]J,36, J6 AND lB),
FnST USr l-31-!00?i I.l CoNIItIIRCE t.lt.zCD?.
THE ]IARI( Col'lslSTS OF /U,l ASTERI]K Bb'.
T{'EIN'I PAREI\THESE5,
SEIL N0, ?7-it8,l5l FlLrD 10.?t-?!00.
6lSH,1 SALE I, EliLlv'lNlNo AITOn}TEy
FOItr P!oTECIn'E CARltl'll'{G O\SES FoR
IOJTTAIILE ELECIITOI'IC U5TENN{G DE\ICES
N.tD ItUSIC PLA)'ERS, H,\l\tELl" hIpJ .tIERs,
AI.TD FOR IORTA!LE COhlFUNif{s. GLODAL PO.
slTtol{rNo sysT€hts (ors
DEvIsEt, h.toErLr
AhD CELLULAR TELETHONIT, t'ORTAELE NtED.
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 6 of 28 Page ID #:29
EXHIBIT D
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 7 of 28 Page ID #:30
@lrrotoi
eb
FtCIrteg
of
Rmryre
,ytf,ry
Gnvrite! trlgte#
jFotert
runb @i'ebaliler6 @'t!fte
CAI-JDYS}TELL
ltcp. Ho, 3.€17.709
s0ECrJL^[\'li PJrorJUc'f DEsrc]t, $lc. (crltForu'n^ collFoMlioN), DD\ sl'ri$a
'
FI{O]}UCIS
ReFis*rcretX Jely 13, 2010 :zr ronmrrrvr+nn,
, l''/\!O ALI'O. C'1 $llu I
lnt. CE,: 9
.IRADEIvIARK
}R(NCITAL ITIGISTtrR
IOIL I'IoTtiClI\'Jj CAtUi'YlN0 L'^SU5 !U[ Llr] I'IAYERS, I DPI!-Li
^ND
Ctir.t,Ur.Alt
ll1l.tiPIloNlil, P0Rli\lll,li MIiDL\ Pl.^\'liRli.Al,ll) PlillS0l,t4l. l)l(illi\1. nsSlsT,$(l.s
,
It l CLAss t (U5, cls, 1 1 ,
:3,5, Jti rlHD l B).
I llls f IJSE 1.6.:0UtJi lN CO[rI'lEItC[ 1{i.30ur.
lte rt(nr ccwstsrs or srAr'rDAIrD cHAMsrELs \'[n:our cLArM ]. Al,ry
pin-
'llcul^n
roNT, sryLE, stzE, oR colott,
stirL No.?4l]t:ll, F0.lit) I t-?5.:0rr,)
lvt {llHl:$' P,ql'lhs, UMJVU}IING nll OltNEY
D;t
{qr
lr{r{ {t d' lpillr$,! dr. 1 .fi'cr {rra'
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 8 of 28 Page ID #:31
EXHIBIT E
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 9 of 28 Page ID #:32
llilflilIflrll ffi illllulftilil ffiil fl[lllll! fiIfl flnffi fiI ilfl lffi l
us00820456182
(rD {Jnited States Fatent
Mongrn et al,
0o)
Pslent No,:
(4s) Dotc oflatenl:
LJS 8,204,561 82
Jun. I9,2012
(50 oNE PIiCE CO.lOlL]ltiD It\TlitUOR IIART)
SIELL C^SE WITS.AN EtnSTO [ruC
LINER FOR IIIOBTLE ELECTRONIC
DEVICES
fi/1999 Al$au5c.ld.
6/!000 KllchE!.Eadi
Ue000 llosrrd, t!.
le00t Yoncdct<lul.
(Codinucd)
5S0U,l14 A
6,tr7J,563 A
6,t0t,434 A
G,l?t,l:: Ill
(75) Idvcnror3: Rtrtn trlU MrDgnE, oJnosc, c]\ (US);
Drwld lrhn LrrY, SarllL., 1YA (USI
Jorntvch, Srn limrcilco, CA (US);
Arylr Lcc
gynlcch
Frohonl" C
(US); SttpLcu Rclgcr MFft
,
Rdvood
Ciry, c{ (US)
p:J,,.lrs;gn"": Spccqlstlvr Produd nlslBq LLq I'alo
llro, cA (US)
(.)
NoLice: S$jccl kr lry dlrdiiocr,llc tcrm ofthis
lDtcd
is cllcddcd or djurrtd llnd(ll 35
U.sf. lsaG) by 0
4!yr,
(:1)
Appl. tlo.: 13n82,363
(2?) Fil!'dr Oct,26'?01I
(65) Frlor Publlcrilon Drtr
US20120031?ll8Al fc!.9,201?
Rol!tcd U.S.Appllcodoi D!t!
(61) Cootinu.itio[ ol.IDliotion No. lZ3{6,76t, Iilcd on
r-cb. 6, 2009.
cB
orHlllr. I'ullLlcdlloNs
Vdle Blducl nE/ic* ;?ho!c 3G cq.i! ltdic*: iltoSz Lur. LrR!:
hup./qs.Fnbhccnmr\\:kh'r1-cli\lE!Y74L\ Daic M i'l,rd:
JJn, 25, :009 Uploidul by phDlldoE oo lm- 15, 1009, I
nB.
(CllnLintul)
Pn-nloD' Erclrlrril.
-'
RaIicl Fa'rq.-Gutiincu
,4ulrtan! tianir,c! l)utrill Nobil'r
174)
nnomq,,lscn4 or fin'
-
SNR Dclloo US LLP
16 ClulEr' 5 rrralving Shcllt
FOREIFN PA]EICI' DOCUMIjNTS
746371? A l/!010
(CodllIdl)
(51)
(5t)
(58)
(s0
IDt. Cl,
HA'E 7/00 (3006.0I)
U-s, CL .,.,...,..,.-,. 455/575.8j 20ri/592i 361/679.55i
361167956i 155157 5.1
F/ctd of Clursltcolion SUUr!lL,..,.,...,-...,.,-,- Noo!
S!! 8!Fticorlon filc forcoIoplclc rcet hi$ory.
(57)
^BSTIL\CT
A oE-nicce co'Jornud cxlcrior !,rnl s[ell c15o witb ao clJs-
ldEaric lilcrIorEud ontc inlcdorot rc l4rudorl]Irdshdl
for rnolilc eluctmnic devices- This llunl rrctrclivc
qlcrior
sficll rllDws 0tc dcvicL mdxinul!
prcllcLion frdar implcE
!ridr sl)llF nbjcEr5whilc the l(ltcd'orclislonclic
lcrtion
lhnt
IrEvjdEs
ehflcl
F.oEdion
for tbc dcvicE lnm iml,D ,
'ltrc
lxrcdor)urdshcll plnis forDcdro il!tbcGviccclosuly9l r
! Fmrll offnal fmm ll|c riuvicL\nurhcc.'l!a u(Icdnrh!.rd shdl
nl'5 rrDrnd rE cdgci n[ drc dlvicE lir ullo{ ltrc Etcll lo be
oblu lr br mourlsl on rhE dcvic! rhccomcrH ofliriilDrdrh'ill
ur! dr opr Tlris lllous cnch ridLlvlll ro flq lMy whtjll:r
dcvlcu is insc cd ond sruD bocL orEc il ix I! pu!u. Ilrc
cllslorncric llllllri0l fllN in drc g!F{ crulbd ullh., drollts ol
lho c$crjorlurd sbcll rc dlow flcx toroouulilg.
RcforencE, Cltad
U.S, P TIINT DOCUIVIENTS
Sa65;120 A ll/1991 Nrdi(onl
5,U6..1t, ,\ lOIrtS nnnielcd
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 10 of 28 Page ID #:33
us E,204,s61 B2
PoBB z
6,?71,25? El
6J71,056 BI
65t4.7:2 Bl
6661,t74 EI
6,78J,566 Ur
6p14,?74 Hl
6,980,7?? R?
688t,589 R2
7,11ff,00{ BZ
7J,ll,lel Fl
D5!1,319 S
D5!1.?46 S
7.551.r,tt l]:
7,509,512 n:
7$2t,8rr Bl
i,647,08?
82
D617,?E{ S
7.9t1,t2 BZ
3mt/0002003 Al
r00i/0(no[! Al
t00l/0068!15 At
1rJ03/00?0r5, At
Il0y00[]094 l
!o0l/0r03c24 Al
Iqll/ol t66 At
20{l,tr00l1l06 Al
?00t0151?t At
2@!8t74727 it
?00t02?9661 l
?0n6/0040550 l
?u06/0t6t800 Al
t0{t?/00602:.1 A
?0t7/0181?81 A
?008,001!718 A
2008/0019t61 A
3008/00!6610 A
:rxr8/0t17507 A
:00&0Ix84 A
20D9IlOt?33t A
!00t/0080151 ,1
:0091011ts'll A
:{r!t/o rr+11{ A
:0tq/0006.iIq A
t0lu/00?gl.tl A
?0lq0096t6rt Jl
?0lu/010.t814 A
r0l0/0tr618? A
l'!rdell
ki:atry
lbeulnl
Ririllrkor
Hobbsg
fiolllbjlg
Rtchr soo 4al,
lllcluGoE cl nI.
l'l'r4lol
0uc$cl$ct!1.
Hu
Xenppi!cr
Mclisnncl il.
Chu,-.,.-."....---.." 455/5?5,{
Llc ar il. ,",..,,,.--.- 4i5/57J.s
'r8i
RictinLo! !r !L
Chiincy cl ol,
U.S. I',ATENT DOCIJMENTS 20t0/01{4411 At
2lt0/01477t5 ,1l
?0tqui:t515 r1l
64010 PcnirEill
612010 Yialioli cr ol
9E010 vld cr al.
FOIIIICN I'IIIIjNL DOC:UMINTS
0zllt6t At 22w?
OTIIBR PllBLlc/! ]ONS
&/200t
lly20D2
9t?og7
lz200l
84004
7T?oE5
113005
lt2.E6
7EW7
3/30!8
!r':00t
('300t
6/?00t
97000
Itv:o0t
I U!009
l/:010.
dlol0
4/:01r
r2001
?20[]
dlo0:t
4l]001
y!001
(irto0l
&3!01
tn00I
?/:Q05
8/1005
lv!005
1J2UA6
7t2006
x,.-pn1
8/!007
z!000
z:0!H
,l/1008
t/t008
l0/!008
teflr9
3/!!tD
'v20w
vl!l],
tEot0
4110r0
4/:010
,v!0r0
J/r0to
S!0cl
Folccdon
ofFotultu drcuDDic
lFdsctr:
Sl'o* td|loE!
EpelrM, dlrE8u boundry.4rFoEh Bnd blyond ClotEl, 5
(RqrdDI)i P.pabFoulur, JMi sullivft!, PIAT&T Ildl lrbr, L!c!!r
T.cb-ool,WlFls!n EI!b.600MlAYc,Itrt lb-zIalttumyllill,NJ,
0?974 (?Epri!osh.clMdVbhdoa 199?,vol.4, N..1,
F,
169-191,
ldpEltrB lhrucl tolcec. ol nDnol'lc
.lcctrctlc
t.qiEEi
cs!
iluJyolcdlul phonc. S. Coyd, S. UpuFiiDlil D-V. Lltlclt-l?!d.
a'!!!01Mchsls Covs Ddrc: Ms. ,s, lt9, PubliEicc SttiDls
BlsrorlSSNl0014485l Sirbjcq; f'rglBc.dn! shn
F.,[t ElIlI F
5]
vol,39 here I URL: hlF/,,(rdo1,oB/10.100711r02:l:tlu0 Dotr
I0.l007rBm2l?9300i l0 Fp,
Cindyshdl Sours brF/ vch0nftivt.o'E/w$n00H ll l80i5J09/
hfl
F,/1w1l*sFlhrEd
cts.com/nEducltct dyrbell/rplolc.l!,,
16l,lide l&t008.I !F.
Rllu ol s!o!L EiInElc sp€trugr i! cl€lFAic prD.ticr r$pL$lor
d€ill Cotd, S., Ello' CEry w,, BuErylltli, Elstd X. l!. brs-
liri@l JouEd ofMilBilrliE uld El<uDdc !d.bsir8, vol :J,
No. L Sslold
(lll!1.r,
2000, pp, l8?-190lssNr loal6l l Sout dl
h0nr'/rvlv1{.i'i,1!ir.olgrour!il/!00{/Qvlo}il,Cl, 9pp,
DiiBdrt bcrl.b.clnD lhlilr.lolsrdIl cdluld plone od oAcr
ponrllo
!r!du!u
GoFl, S" Urrlld, Stlj.y S" !dcl, Drllo M.
lt ll I r!''Icdhdql JouDd. !ol. 3, No. :1, l9t[,pF lst-l?d DCJI:
10,10{114'ldf, l3 solFc lEF//dr.'i!i.odl0.l{0znl$.3lzl, ?{
pP
il'!o!! cuc ndicd lloutuF: vlj!, Si.I!, OEqUo& DLo d
aonvdc SouEq hlp.//*11erlol,ildEbEtiq!1lom,riPett'llllon!.
csq.lwic$Ih crstd: S.P. 27, 201l,8PP,
CnpiulcRctEFx tDr IPI@o lG Sout!.: llF/scbrdr coE/,*tb/
?008 13501 Z I I4ft tlPy'/t*.Itwinrl(!..rtcedPlod{cts4lcb.U
R.tcl.p!F, Drc. 25, :008, 3It'.
Crttiirtjloo, for lFhn! 3G Sou.e brF:,lA8b.NhlEolE4liv
:00
g
12220500,1 t&oD:r/$1d,Nit h6ty cdr'/pFducG/Ns/N.o.
IllFi
Dd.21.2008,4pp.
Slrt G!'lysbclt fo! ll'bolc lG Sousc brl!:/,r{cl,shlvc.rEl
$rtt:00901 I91l llxt4,urg/ilouEgsorEiid4Pl'Crlq*redryl
rlcl'@d)6tclllor.iplolo.3€. J$, I6, :0q1, ?FP.
sI*q Pr:l lS20l0/OIll0 lucl Je :c, Z0l0i lnlcln lonl
srtur! PqFrq ISMJSi M!r. JL l0l0, 3 pP.
'
cilEd by $nlrincr
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 11 of 28 Page ID #:34
{.LS. Fatent Jur, 19, 2012 Sheer I 0f 6
10
us 8,204,561 B2
12
r5
16
13
23
17
18
z6
F[G" {
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 12 of 28 Page ID #:35
{1,S. Fatent Jun. 19, 2012 Sheet 2 0f 6
20
13
F$G" 2A
12
us 8,204561 92
20
12
20
13
n--"
"
FEG" 2B
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 13 of 28 Page ID #:36
U.S"lPatent Jun.19,2012 Sheet3of6
12
20
FEG" 3
us 8,204,561 B2
21
23
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 14 of 28 Page ID #:37
U,S. Fatent Jun. 19, ?oI2 sheet 4 of 6
21
F[G.4
20
19
FEG" 6
us 8,204,561 B2
13
12
13
,12
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 15 of 28 Page ID #:38
{.LS.lPatent Jun.19,2012 sheets016 IJS 8,204,561B2
21
n
19
13
22
12
F[G.5
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 16 of 28 Page ID #:39
U,S,lPatent Jun.19,201? Sheet6of6
u.
us 8,204,561 82
12
lJ
F$G" 7A
FEG" 78
13
tt
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 17 of 28 Page ID #:40
us 8,204"561 82
72
ONE PII,:CE CO.FoINII|D
g-T{TERIOR
D.ilrD Dsc!6 lilic rhc tdil ot rs o.iiBJ pbodc usd would likc lo
SIIELL
(:rsl;
rYlm,!\ l,f,.ASToMEIUC Elli 0h dur fctl bm still *!!l
llmrcsliod
for rhcir dcdcc.
LINER!'oltMoBILEELECTRONIC ltebrdlmrccrivccxtcdnrshcllofdl'prcscotisv@0oob!!
-_
DEVICE.5 o low cocfficicntofllictior1 Tbis alloNs th! dcviccro cosily bc
J $lirpral h llod our of poEkcc catily wi$oul bccdt{ng
IUifjUfD.^PUUCAIIONS
ollscLld or wi$oul
Ercxt
rcsist&le.lo clolhjoE EDleri!|s. r1
rrujor coElhiql.lioE cuErtrl
(,'lilstc@criu q.lsc
usJrs.
Tbis lpplication i5 0 coMINUAIoN of u.s. pltctrt lho c.se lmgl! by lbc
ltlccnl
iuvcrtioD br's trn inlcrior
Dppticali;; Scr, No. U.,lf6,?69, lllq.d f.cb, 6
|
200r, ll.!; cD!-
cla onc;c
lortior
lh!l.
Frovid6.shork Prclecliod
for lhc
d;b of which is iDcolronltb l"r"ir ry
'.roio*,
r0 da'icc f|!D1 d'ofFr.E8; ljrls' or olhcr iftlnta TlL i!te'io'
clustoncdc
loaion
nL o c{rsurcs thc dcvicc ond thD tasc Jit
'ILOIMCAI-
lil|jLD OF TIIE INVLN]ION
rogerlrlrrviu !o guire us tho
q$c
is ! singlc pictc ossetbly,
IIID cre b!3 0 vcry Eolid mnorcliotl lo Io
lhollc
DEd fcEI6
1tc prEstlr iqvcotloE rluca
$inoElly
ro llldbrld Eobilu lalrcErly hilh quDlily ud
li8lnvciShl
elect$iic drviujr. sucll I|J{
pcr:onaldicitol
ossislopl, ccllu.
15 \{lul mokcs lLdr cascdiJlcrc[l ie lhcgcollclry !!der!u_
Ior rdlcplouq lab top compirtcn nr poiobl€ rliBitr Ercdh frcluritrgofthecsre Thcc](lcliorhltJdsll!:llnsd ic lorucd to
plryv. ttlorc
4ccifiirlly
llie pnscoi iouurion nlotcs ro a lil lhc tlq.jrc cl0$sly wilh n lnnqll olTFet lmn tho dcviccs
'arulriph+oopincnr
pnxrcLivi: crsc for mobilc
qlc{trcnic curlsca T[c cxlsrior hard sllcli rJls lJotlnd Lha cd8cf oltltc
dEviar,
du'icc it is lbrmd for. lo lllow *rc 6hcll to bc ablc lo bc
:o lDo olcd on d$ devlcc tllc corluls ot lhc blJtl Ehcll all, cur
opus- Tlis alloivs coc)r sidqf,all 10 fls ovty whc! ! d$,ie is
i'$cncd srd snlr bnEL orcc ir iE io
CocllTtDuEiflc
r+nr
nr th'E crs€ is rhnl 6c elndomeriE malrdd ls formud in
uddillon lo Uru!rlcriorhlrd!!cll nn tll! inlcriorof tllEcncrior
hud slcl, thu cl!!loolL=lE ltilluri!l lllls ir Utc goF ctd(cd ol
ibe corqcrs ollbc srtcdor hdrd $cl) L rll'iw dic Ldrd r[cl to
Ilcx for!]0untioB, Tlc chsllE ric roalcriul is
Frovidcd
inl-hls
loEr!ion tc.auu it hll! mucl, gE1rlst inlcrcrt fl$db:liry t0n
lhc
trhrlic
Drnul lollic cxlcdor blral shull !!d it slilctcs
sulEuicntly to .rlLrw drc sirlc*nlls ofdrc
qlctior
hard shcu 10
eljll IL* r]ray on mourtilg.Thk cl(stcsa olc..pic'cc c[scdrol
wtats orDuld !phoru oro rumobilc clectronic dcvicc crto
on l,ollllrg Dod plsvcds difl md Ruid! fmo cnrcrioE whur'
cvlr bossible. 'l be clD5toharic lincrolso can bo ftmcd olEr
uru b'r:ttDns 0n thc
drouu
whufti! u us!.simply pirrll5 rbE
clnnofteric linErmrEr!nndils lo ll)c
Iloaioo
of Gc mb;lc
cbcrNDlc dLryhc lnput dlol lrdcsircd.
BNEF DESCR]TTJON OF'fHTi I)IT41VINCS
TIrc srrompDnyhg dD$in8s, whjc! &c ircorloFlcd
hcrci! Ed lbnn s pan o[ 6c slcsi]icolion. illuslmt! dre
I'Il,rcol
irrslioo u!d, logrLbcr villl Urc dr5cril,tion, fuihcr
Ecrvc l$ uxtloin d)c
nrinEinlc!
ofdlc ilvcllioa ud'l ttr crublc
o prcon slillc.t h tltc
Fdhcrt
irn lo m*! Erd uc Ib
i[vcrlio&
EIC.Ih 0 pcFpecrivE vias ofo bsDdlElddsviEcFml rcrivc
m9c delicllo! lhu o0crDll hld sLcll loycr rvi6 cDlcoEcrr
Dod unor rlrnomcric lrycr oftlru prull.clivs srrting
qlse
whcrc illills io rc crt co(llerg ofthc'etlertll hrd 5Ic1l hyq;
fIGs. !s nnd 2j lrE scEriold eiL.# ofihDprulo4ivc6tc
ol thc pnrcor lnvmdon slrnvi!8 rhu dcrcnl cr!-lllcd by *t!
inner cl0nancric ldyF lor sccudsg ! dsvice in ro c!sc;
$lO, r :s ll lop
'.Elbes!!d
yls
of a budlcld dcvicc
!Iorcclirr-
cosc dcf,iclirg$c a(cmo) !atd EhcI lsycrwilL cu!
concts !!d irllcrc'dl1orEsic luycroldLc pNle€livc crdyiDg
ciro vhctc is filh i-o lhr cul comels oI l! cKcrnll L0td shcll
hycr !!dllllsddilionll I orBo cllstoDc[ic ovcrltnd tor sccirn
ldg o dcvic!;
l;l(1, { iF sl:cLiooul vi!w oIUe pmlEclivc c!5c Ltftlc pt!tctr
hN'cndo! slowi!8 tlru )urEc closloEctic ovsbrnd for s8!ur'
iog r duYicli
ljlc.5 is n pc$pLYlivc vlc? of thc
FtDtrttivc
c05c oflhc
niE.icD!
Invcnrion brfurc dsviEc ir su-Un:] dluI[in;
llC. 6 is Il pc!I!!'cdvlt vjcw ollhc
Irutuclivc
clls(tlllucbcd
lo a sompls dcvic! shorv'irg &c dclcol crslcd by lbc iolcr
cl!flomlric la)'cr Ior $cclE irg u devicc in lb', cnsq md
BACKCIROIJND OF 1'I IJi IIWENIION
Tlcru ilro m!$y sJscs for lEndheld elcclrloic dcviccs.
]l'ry tall iolD fuu! Elin crlssedcr F:hstolrutidtublcr
ekirs, llJd plarric rhilk, cu! lld sLN $rlctidls lld c€obi-
lItjori of fte5c, In gcncn l lbRclaslomcd!crscs llc ! tiodc
ski! wUc!, blx[usc ofttc flcxjhle lBlurE ofdru nulcd0l, m!
uu\ily hc sucrched ovu' tlc devico rnd dlfr oncc illndlql
collorm closely tu tI(. sbq,o ol Uo
qcvicc, Tle rubtsry
rrurcriul trrD pr$vidclcry
EDorl
$o!krEiiellucu. ll)c do$'l-
sidc offtesc rypcq ofc,acr ii lbal &c dlnorcric llllerial lns
a lriglr ! .ftED friclon scmcilat. tt!-c lruJils fiis ryFc oI
crse dilficuk lu
!llE!
io Dsd rEeovc liom pockcGltodolhci
righl
th@.
Whrris nrL{d is r devicc ltul oncre llerery
good stoElirlj3;Irunccofu n cft Lelirflrtricerrcwi$oul w hid]
slrlucc t iclior .ocllicicot mo$rs il morc cowcqil.Ilcc for
Ijhrd
lloltic
rlulls norDouy Bro Ennui0ctlfcd lls roorc
ElnonBplecelosllow tlEdevircl0 Flideinln thcc4qcfu loru
bElDgcloscd
jo\r,jlhrsEcoEdlrypllts,Additiunrllythcf y,ill a0
oftco llrvc s lilcr ofclllromcric Eulfdul, Nhldr h!l!s Io
cuslion te iLvicc. Tb! .r! bo co-mold.d,
Irlo
cldy
sluclEd nrlloaliog rrith
thc ne*:fibly. Cul nad S!"w c€e{:s &c
soEtlllly d0dD lloh flli rto![ matcrid, wL]cfi k cut
jrlo
lalrenls
uod 0rs!!L'wtriDlo u Elups lbrllhc dLaie co! ilido
rr
futo.'ftc dcaicc lE dl,n llcld iD
lluuo,
by friclion or ll dlrnl of
soEc fDrE.'l-hc downsids !o ttlsc dcviccs isrhut it clln bc
difrlulr ro lulchcd u dr{ic{ to ! rigiLl c$e, or+hrfli n casc
hls D sEcoodrry
llEcc
for $jcurlng s &vicc, it cln !&i bull Io
d'cmmbinndon oldrc dcvlcD
qrd
cIrE mnkitrg it imtnctic0l, l0
AdditioEllt Ur! nni ullcur! ofcarc'! which uc rlqul$tl to
bc cul uod sc\rh togcthcr gIthdy hclcurcs cosl wh!( is
lll.dlxl G a trrEu tLat combinut bor! lad slcli cEscs oDd
closluEcric E criul! llr ii clry lo
Floducc
ald ruqulrEs
minlor raolcriDl ;n lll pnduclion. 55
SUMMTUTY OF TIIP I}IWNTION
'[tu
llrtlrn!
illvclrtion is un implowncn! Dwr Oe exigllng
flscs bc{ausc il coEbioL.s ll:bcstfEaNftcoIbolhb dcusu! 6!
and thc duroEcriE 6cc€ \vhjlc tr-ilB ooly r siEsic pln,
which i5
lJrdicrlt,lrly
uscfbl fro@ i cnnsus]cr vicrvpo_lll lte
nrcscor
iovcrdon pmvldcr s hld prulcclivc cxlcrior sLtcil,
'Ilir
hld
Frutccdvc
cxlljrior slrEll allow3 $c dcvlcr muxl-
rDuE
luolcclio
lrom idpacrs wiur slurp Dljclli ]!e bllfd d,
Fml{cdvccxlcdorrbcllEjD
cs UicnnirholsEislirgphoncr,
MPt4
!)nyc$.
d!i.t orlcr Eobilc clccBodc dcvicca. Mrlly
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 18 of 28 Page ID #:41
us 8,204,561 82
34
IICS. ?a D[d 76 uc
ncrspcllivcvic{rs
oftlc pnscrl iqvco- cur \yould bs torE d io Uc clostoEedc onlcriol bur thc lkr.
lion dctlctil8 lhc c.dctDnl lurd rbell hycr.q,irh cut Eolsun iEB lo slloc o dcvicc tq 6! iNuded lnto $clmllcrivc co5c
aDd i!!(.I cLsrlotluric hycr olrhc pDlecries r rryiEEmsci! would('lacGomthDhfitcl.Ertcri ,osdtgrir,cullinglwry
a rc$lrt,
-sccuring
posilinn trnd in ar c<pnod,:j, dwice ins.r. drc conlcrs oflhc coe e !llows drc sldes lo coslly flsx.
riod
}ositjoL
5 FIGS. 20 c[d 6 Brc arctiord viE{rs otllle prulectivc cosclo
DrirAlr.F.DDEscRu'r'roN o'rr'rNvlN'roN *9".Xff'ffi:Hiil'fftiT#$t"lHli:fl,1lBfltit.;
'1!c
proicclivc cllc I 0 b liilcd ro chsp o!!o ! dcvicc 19, ord
In fle fDllol'lng dqlilud. dL{cripLjon o I thc inwndon 0I hcorf,omtgs B dctcnt 20 l0 cnsule ! FnuE lnd tecurB fir,
r,.xqlFbry snti imeol-e o[ r! invD'tirrl Nfei.r!!cis!!!d! lo ln unaltqHlivc clnhodiEEdl lll ehow[in LrlGS.2, nnd {,
tn tleur:urupiuryiogdrnvin$ (rv}]lN lilio nurDteE repreEent !!'udditiulllllJgc cbno$oric ovcr]Elg 21 Ior s€puriDB
g
likc cleEuoL5), wlicb form ! pil hclEoi iod in
,,!hc!
ls dsvicc 19 Euy bc i[clrdEJ
ja
t!! prlrerilJc rasc 10. ftis
ihlrvll by w,iy o[ ilhEtntio[ spcciliE ersEplary cobodl- illuet&lcs r pos5iblc lllcrDltiye cebodipcut wherc dtbcr
ments in vhich rbe iBvcnfoo ruy bc plaEticcd; lllese dur! lDvjng sl uEdercur in tbc cxtemd hud sheJl llyEr! 3 Eid
cmbodlmc[ls llo dcscdbed
jn
sol5cicot dcuil to enlblc dNsc rs lts comsloodlogsldcs 0[$olrolcctivc coio ]0, thc iloc!
shilld) inthr*t to poctice dre Javr:ntio4 but othcrruburli- cllGtomaric l0ycr 13 fortrs Ic{hrcs $t wolld Eccurc t}a
ncnlsdsybculiliEd dlogjcol,Eccl.anjcul,clactriml,a[C prolcclivc cage to s device lll.
ottcr chu!8cs Esy be m0dc wirh'iuL d+orlisg fn)m d$ amps llc5c tcslllrc€ could !c d0lcnts 2 0 B3 daEribcd nlolg thc
ofthcl'l!$c idvr5lidd,'ltclollowlngdorlilcddcscriJ'tioair Eidoorroplhd boflom ofr-hoc./tuIldtlld sbcu hycrL orlr
6et€ lirre, oot ro bc lllilll in r limhlng !eDs€, old llllcolcof )u could bu o hrg! srla lllu iluslrfitul in Fl6S. 2l lnd C whlTe
tbe prescot ilvudlloll iE dcllncd oDly by dle qrlcldcd ctqis5. o sddjdo!!] IlBe chnoEctic ovcrtEng zl for E('urirg o
'I]uiDvllriouwi
tunv lcdescriLdwitl rEfun:!!! to Flc, dcvicE 19 rruy hc irclirdLrlindclrDtcrLivc cnsc 10 so th[t o
1, rvhich ie 0 prss!cclivo visfl oftbc prolccliyc casc 10 dcpict. dcvfuc vro!ld bc slippEd uldcr ord sc.urd lbcrcby si{r sod)o
ing rhc ouler ldyer o!.r.bc prolccrivc crsc 1 1, ciEprieillg $ro loro ofudd$c{l o! lbc olpo6itc c[d NbucrEoldcd'r.nto drc
gEiomlc
llycrs, bo filst cncnDl lrnrd lhcll l0ycr l2 nrd [ 15 cncmalbrd ltull luycrl? or dlc iElcr Ehsloduric hycr 1:l.
lNoDrl ilterior cluslu![cric l!y!'r t3. II0 [Nl lrftmli lud As slllv! h lilcs.3 !nds, tu €(lcraEl]r&dsllulllryL"rlz
shcll Isycr 12 $nd r sccold inlcdor closl!!rcric Inyc.13 Ilrc dcfrlcs r fucd ovity 22 finedto chsp ooto
q
device 19 3!d
coDbiuLal ro iodllaldcady ![!ch lo r hnldllu)d drvlcE 19 ircorForqcs s dErolr 20 ro
Fosurc
a EsuB 0!d eci.ue iil, Thc
lnd i.Ecorpomre |lt lc6st ooc vicE inE wioq|lw 11, iryut/oulput h'6dhald dlvicc 19
lrslocEvc
cisc dcpicls dlc cxlcrurl llard
lcccss
I'orr515,16,
nld I?, ood moldcil'clueIDm$ic covu: ]n lbdl lot'trl2 withcul co@q€23 lDdi!!crobsloEoriclrycr
ovcr dsyice bu[ons, l]Eccsriihlc ll10rEh hol':3 h 6c !ord drcll l3 of0u prolrllivc
qrryinB
crsc whcII: 6c lnncrc]eiloncri c
18 0nd 26. This lur plolr)ctivc
'xrc;or
uhcll 12 ullows lbc layq $ lllls h Lho cul cohqs 23 of$c l*lcrlll lutd shdl
devicc lD0ximum
l'rorcrtio!
hrn imltlcls wilh sfilrp sbjErs. loycr 1!,
Thc cr.lcrlll brrd slil I hycr I2 dri mius Urc Ihlih ol cxisilg IYILDI E!kc6 drls cssc difcEol is lhc gcooctry ond ntnu-
pbolcr, lvlF3/4
lluyeF,
nld orlfi,'rnobllc clcluodc dcviccl. rl f0ctudDg oI Uc
(nse
1le frelall hlnl sltll Joyq Iz i3
Mllny rl'crs likc lhlr fcll o llll! oligiDrl
drDn!
0!d would lilc IorEcd lE I]l ll dcvlcc r 9 doscly \ri rlJsDrllofEcl[1]Elic
ro m0 intairt rhlt trrl bul elill \v!n!
n'Er!.ctinn
lor lheir dcvicc dq/iccs surhEc Tbc o(tcl!!l hlrd shcll iryll 12 rsps lnrund
rr,-lllu
q(t|5!!l
hurd rlrcll Inyer13 otllc
!rcscll
'ravc[liDE
dr! cdScs ofu dsvicc I9 il i5 forEsd Ior. To dlow toq(lcra[l
Ilo5 ! lo$r coclllciclt of frictieo, 1ti5 ollowi thc dwic! lo lrsrd slcll ldlcr 12 to be ablc ro b! motrlcd Dn ! dsviEc 1.9 lbc
c'$ily bc 5liplcd i[ old our ofpoclicls eaily wi[rout bcrom- lo coruurs 23 of lbc cltlcfld] ldd shdl Isycr .12 urc ctrt opc!
ioB ultuchdl oruiihour grcrtnsi!tmcE ro clothinE notcridls- Ttis ollorvs otch sidr:ntll oflhc E(lcflrl bEd shcll laJer xt ro
Nilh lifih:r rEfDnnco 10 FlC. l, lhc cncmll h d !!cll ller nvry whcn r doicc 19 i5 iDr(cd [na snol bldi o!!E it
hylr I2 is uruElgrl n Urc sscold iircdor clarlotDcric hycr is ia
llacu,
]lc uiriilrc osDccl ofihe pmleEtivc care 1[ iJ [hut
13.
'I!c
e{tclnlrl hnrd shcll ldycr I Z unrl lbc fulcrior cllsio. 0n innlr ulflsto(oEric
jrycr
13 ie tordlGl io oddilio! .lo tllD
&cric lay$13 lauy hc0tt0c!ed i.usevcrdl wlys;nrch!r ghc, {5 cxlcro lllnl lbcll loycrlz on$e inlgriorolllc cnlelDll lad
cblmicll boadi.Dg, haoLi!& liaqt u!-JLed cllcmiclk orutry shcll lqtr12.'1!c illcrchslosrctic bycrl3 Ellt itrdc80Fs
oiher mErD! lsow IIl tle 0t1 a{rich pontrllnl.r ly lltdch dro crcotcd !t the .oEetl 23 ollbe e cmll hlrd shall llyer U lo
crEmll !!d rliu l0ycr 12 to lhc llilarior ehsioE{:rjc lu}dr rllow de eflcm0l b!!d DhLtl bycrJz lo ocx drlrlng @ollnd,lE
l:1, Thc iltcdor clflrlumlric pofllon I I
J'$vides
abock pll). dc sho$a iD FIcs, 7d End 70.
rcrdon for Lhe dlvicc iomdnrlping, hlis; orolrerimpuEli, to 'Ilc i!!cl cllsoEcriE loycr 13 ls
lFvidcd
i! lhi! lscrtis[
Tbu
jrlcrior
cbst!mcric
loniou
l3 olno cnsults tb! dlv;cc I9 bc.ourc it h0s tnrich gr!0lcr inhultol tiedbiliry &os $c
til$-
nd bc
FrDtrrlivc
clsc 10 lir togulhq virb !o gDp! u th! tjc or !)Eb I ofih! cxlcm0l bod shcll loycr 12 !,ld it sEclchc6
FrorEcdve
crsc I 0 is r iirElo
liccll
0sscmbly. ftc pNrcclivc iulllcicr lly I o luov rhu sidp1vdls of ltu &tlcrr.sl furd shcll
6rc lljll rr vsy Fljd comuElitrn ro r dcvjco 19 ultl fuclu loycr 12 to lrill llL't uwsy or nuunlin8 u, sbown it FiGS. 7d
cxrlcqlely Hsb quJiry lnd llgl$,*uiELri. JJ lnd?r,ll !
q6tcs
n oD!-I'i'rc
Frotcctivt
!3!c I0llrt wFpE
Depundiog ou B$lfEcturinE roc loG otlcr Eqtcrisls !&!'nd r dcri.c cvu! oD mmlrB ond prgvcn$ djr 0od fluidc
Endc !c ucd to rcpllEr ihc lsrd plastic uscd !y lLc cxlijrul iiaE cotca.iig wharcvcr
lossiblc
I&{ shcll r!)'.? 12 t6 !
FEftrd
atrllodlfilnnr oInE
I'crslr
aholllqclnfloEslclutclri u13o ce bclo@El eK'rlE
irlvsrli'ro. Fur cxljlsplc, if il uus dasind to r lc u EL'ury bultorE on s dlaico 19 1lJhcnji! I trsc. siqlPly
tnJssc!
ftc
dD cxtoscrJ i[!c. c)Dslorocric Ioycr 1f, corr!.sPoodioE lo tbc
lor.
tioa of thc Iooulc elcctrDoic dsvico iDlul tbil it duslcd as
illoslJdrcd by lhc hrlron 18 o!dz6 oE Fl G. 1. FIGS. 7o :ad ?,
rrc
Frspccrivc
vi6r,s of IlIc prcscst invcdon dsicriDg r.hc
qrunnl
hlnl shcll lntrr 12
qtidr
clt conlcr! 23 ond Inncr
65 clunorDl.ric hycr 13 oI thc prolccllvo corying cre! I 0 is o
rcsdng, sccorilg
losidon
z1 ltd ln a! sxlJindcd, dsvicc
irEonioo
losilio!
25.
uh$omcdc corDbo for ho pBrccriv! crsc 10 wiuorJl ovcr-
banEs in l[c lErd oDrcdal, ir t]'is o{olrlplc rnebi, ! siEplE
bcadil8 prgccss could bu conildc(.d Jor du E ual filrlufac-
Nrin8 A! orcr ooldrxt inrcdor dorlorDlric tlycr 13 eould
Fmvldc
tfic urderE1)lg lo scq.uE n devicE- lllc ftuhl !r hqrd I 0
Entr:ridl vould ttun siEply pruvidc u fillgr$vork lor lhr:
fio licrDrlij!ul idlcrior hyt! rnd :r lso prDvidc &u L'ldsric sdF-
Dcss ro rllow lbc dcvicc lo bc held i! dl! ol,caiBg. Tbe uldcr-
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 19 of 28 Page ID #:42
us 8,204,s61 B?
56
lt is uffrEisrcd lb!! dtc oldmurd dirqcilsiolll rclDlioo. thDr ir suflicics y lsxiblc lo cnsblc tha co.qoldcd ole.Piecc
rhilE forific pons oflhc iovctri;!, lo i0clude vdriuli0n h sila
,
rsscEbly lo ddorm ald tcrcby accclt insstiDtr of 0I.
Irxr'
motcrirls, !Fc, forr!, fulclioo, ood rn nnur ofolcrJtir)n, sno'il clcctronic dcvic!.
lslsubly snd usa, ors dclmcd rEoaily ollDnnt lDd obviuus 5. lfi€ nnc.Iiocc ctsc ofchlm 1
,
whut(in lh! a(lcdor hlrd
|D dnc oiordirlry llill iotcurL urd di iquilElelt rEhlior. t luyErircludL:r ul llrlrl f0ur6:dc surtaccslhll illeltEl Io form
shjpr ro tlosa illunElcd
jn
rhs dFwh&s
qrd
dlscribcd !D llc !l lurs l four comcr
Filt6
[[d bvo of Lhc .o'u.joi!ls coE'
!t;va dllcdltlon urc ittl!d!] lo b;cacoEltoat€d hy lfic
]!isc
c!!-m!y ponioDt d$t Lq,oec th! cD'doldld flsdblc
pnscDr iEvadion i!!ct luyc!
'
Flrthcrfloru, orhcr Mca6 of da lrloy b.Dc6t fi$m lhls 7- Tlio onGplccc.ntE oldois I' wbqrEln lhc co-EloldBl
rocdrod &!d ldjrsboEls lo lbs alcsi8! nJr 0.lricilulcd llos, ro oDE.FlEc usscEbly-iu;hdc! da ovtdunE e)(EDNEg trum B
tLru scolc of ilu iavurrrion r}ouki be d!t!@io!d by llta toF
I
onioa
I
fone oiinoreofbc sid! surfDccs ill
flil-Jlei
lo lhE
ll'Fodcd clnimi fll drcir lcgrl quivdmE, mlll' dron hy bollom srrfucc oflhE oocJ,iKc c!sE.
r6i <noopl,s glvco. 8. llo
goc.PiccB
cssc otclai@ l, fildhcr ca6-Plir'r.!-8:
-
.
lvlut ii clDimcd is: ao oFcdn8
PlrsllEl
lo {rc bohon $rdlce of ltE fl4i}lc
1. A ouc-plic! c05c tor crclo6ing c
lsr5ollrl
elclrudc lJ htrq'hyerPosilioled tuch rhEr !
Ilordo!
olLhc io5Ltlcal
rl :vidq comp-ri5ilg:
prrsDnil clcEhonic device i6 uot elclosEd by Oc Eo'
0 llodblc i!!cr taycrco-boldd wi0ru
qtodorluid
:tycr noldcd olc.Piccc ossuEbLy.
rod
pcrooocnilv
ollixcd toqelhcr lo fom ! co.Eolded 9. Thr clse of cLsild I, whcdn 0tr oYc u!3 E(leodj.E8
o*iioo *t"oiblyi
-
&om o top ponioa oI ouo or tBolo of lh4 tidc sllrflEd oJld
wlErciil lhc co'mo)dcd onq.liccE o!$cmuy is sullicicndy nr cxlcndr comllerely artund [rc
Isimclur
of thc oPlnlnS.
' flc'lllalc u u:ccpl i!5qriia ofrlc gcrsoaol clccuoric 10. llo one'plcc.D casc ofEilim l,Iudler clEPrisin8:
dwicc nml suliicicotLy rigid lo i:lurely rcuin ru 0rlllErturc sizJ ard
Fositioocd
lo sligurvid ! fcalurliof
ilscfled pcrsootl clcd;nicisvicq wllrrcin: rlc ircned pcrao :t ol€8onic dlvicD ald lhcrEby
$€ nodblc iD.rff lullr
jrclud6
0 bollom sljJEcc, eido cnsblclcccsF lolhc fcrlutl
rurfoc{.s
joinrd
10 &c boltorn $url0ic rl0d cxlcrfiog ?! l]. Ilc onc'Ficcc clsc ofchim l, whcrcin dc Eidc sur-
Uprvunl tirunlroa, uErl u llltLd cuvlly conligurul to liccs ofrilllFlotcoflie ll4iblc irDcrhyurmd tiu€xlerior
D;c! I oid rEuil dic iorudcd pEllotol elcclmBic dlvicc lludlDycr crflcnd rlsve o loP surlucs uf thu inscdcd
PcltoDnl
srch rhut dre buttui! $rflcc covcrs0ll€sl! poflioBof cllclrcDlcdwicq
r bollod $rlbcc of lbc iDrrnld Dursolll ;h.lrolic 1?. ]!c o[c.Di.'cc csic otcldo 1' wlcrciE thc tisxiblo
rluvicc 0!d $c sidc su/uccj covs ii lcast a
xnioo
o f a lo l[!cr lBycr is E;Bullclurd IrulE !tlcssl olc ofrultcr, sUi
coq plctic, or futic.
13- llra orl-DicEc orsc olsluiE I. rvllLrci! lhe
qlcrior
hod lrycr is dE;ufDctuFd frlE al lcrn oicofPlurlic, slllilr
n mtvatto ra dstcdol. or 3 nll-n-lfssid Mlsid.
'14;
T[c cilc! otcbin ] wherein lhe coaoklcd onc'piccc
nssclnbli coloprirs E pluldlty ol ndiirslxl corncR lnd n
llunilry
oI crrr-ngly
J'onionr
llnd wlErcin ercit of tbe
Ilu.
folit] of ndiurcd clmEN coot.iins one ot dr€
Ptuality
of
cur-fl,ny
Ilonl0l)l.
15. 'nra ons.Ii6tc ltsc of cltiB 1, wbcrciD lbc cncrlor
hrd luvlr hulurlcs ui lclsl lwo sldc sur[dccs rblt foBD a
lldiufiria $mc. ond hc Etll,rwly
lanion
i loculul ot sub'
Ellr illlv tlc hhcclo! of thl' flditiscd cumcr'
16.TicEeotclu,ll r wh!4'l.tr thc cul'nwoy
]lonio!
dbt
iE pclmioEnrly lillcd wir! L punjon of rhc ficdb)c i!!!r loycr,
cKcnds dlrouglr ol lorn t[c sidc surftcc ond o
Ponjoa
ofiLii
lonoE surf[cc of tbu e(lerior firrd IsyLT
sida rurfrcc altc iErtudplrq)nr) clcokDnlc dsrilci
lhe exlcdor II3J(I Inycr inrjl d!! ll boltoo sllIllcu ud ridE
surloccs sizcd md !l$!$l lo suhslaltirlly mvc! r slc-
;or ofrhs boltoln lnd !idt surl.ccs ofllE flodblc inncr
layc. rod I c t Drvay.lurtion dNl ir Fqnn!.ldy
6lled JJ
\\ irh n
Fn;dn
of tbc .o-noldL{ llc1{tblc i!-oa. lsys.
?, ltc ons.liece clis ofcloln 1, N[$oh $c cul{r{!y
porior fonDs 0n cxlrffion
!uni,
in le co.@oltlEd olc.
f,ie.c$EcEbly$r!cosgibulGlolhcovcn
ncxjbillryolda
cn.molibd ooc-pic.c asscEbly.
in
3. Tlu oDc.!icc€ cssc ofcliin I , r!/llc!L'ln lhc Iluxlltlc iotdr
byo! ol'ths t:)-moldcd onc.piccc !56mbly
nrnvidus
sbnck
pmluction Iur ftcc!cloicrl pcrsDDrl dlxuoulc d0viEc
4,Tlrsonc.i,ic.c c!5ool clql!| I,vbcruh lllcsldc lurfoes
ot r.Ie eftrior hDd luycr [01gl s cumcrluint !!d lhc co. at
ouldcd ocxiblc in[cr liycr 6lls i! ltc oll-lwuy
lorlioB
loEulcd rt ftc mrlErjoiflr coltribuling lo t!€ ovemll ileiibil'
itv of lle ooL.Diecc cqsc.
's.11e
ooe-iiccccrrcofclDi.[l 1, \t!Lruid lltll lls(lblu iDns
lsycr ltrl fitls i! rc Eqtjrlvny
ltortioE
clcnlcl r Elrclch_2ooc
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 20 of 28 Page ID #:43
EXHIBIT F
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 21 of 28 Page ID #:44
!!q!r I 4r I liq{L-q!-!!ir!!4r,
qalE
Bnsh16s com&r ll'orMrlor
oesdinihn: shoppl.qcan
PayPa$'
Overurel! Aid rrlr,ne!
'
JurdrcR
Hinory shlernenls Fssotu'Lon Cenler Prcfle
Trai',sa.tion DeI?rils
lloll! e ExFess clr€ckdr
pnyne{
seln (!nique TEnsadlon tD *2\,357324wH31 3320D)
Originar Transaction
Dn T'p.
P@r{ 1o STu oisldbuir Sq€
crbronrer seMre uR!: rr:1i
lsi@r
tr d51pr b ..m
cGlqnor s€Mce Ernr : nldji1 r4t|.ulq3eridltrlr !,!rl
ned Tolnt s9 99 USD
Snles T.rt:
SldpDirrg: $351USO
Seller lscdrior cln'res: $000USD
Told no[n:
-sI3.53 usD
Fee fltuxr[: $0.00 Uso
D .: Jan ?9 2013
Tirtr4: ?334 5/ PsT
St rE compleled
'it.ii;
i: ':-:
CA9130?.1502
|.: :4
pnyDern
lo: STU Dislrlbul on SBMcBS Ohe reoplenl ollhl€ palmenlisvEritletl)
S.ls s I0: dtsmarlFhonesEro0P
s.!:d's amiI rqorpoqorely@nd5le.h con
F n(!ru Ti4€: lnslanlTtanster
Fmdr{ Sorr c€r 11 3 53 USD - J P MORoAN CHASE 6ANK NA ChecNnq (Conthed) x ?735
&rckUpFnndru Sor!.€: Masleoad Credil Cad Eoq-Do0(.)C4C<. a 341
TrnckiruNtrtrJDr: 940010S6SSS38334263532]j
order sr.nr6: sh poed (Jon 30,2013)
Need herF? rfy00 have poblehswih an eEeyhansa.l on orenrhelF se inq a d spute with ah eEaysete(
qololhe?+zvFe.o!1'onae.l.rPa',falandeEatslrongVrecor.mendlhatrcuaiempltorcsotreissues
dne.iysrh lhe selle. {4renever possrble.
4Cs'.l'-\
qolqdli1
L@14tsp!-!4;!4r
Er.,3rr Ee.-3j SLs,t_e!,a4r,gl FJ
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 22 of 28 Page ID #:45
EXHIBIT G
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 23 of 28 Page ID #:46
trli l,()5I AGl.: t'Aill
l'itllt.ry lir.1w2-.,
ConrBasPrrr.e
l'
l'.-
-r.
lJ
tl:ja,:
r:i:,ir,,l
:::rll'r'l
'(!t3:)',
&,
,xa
I
ffi
ffi
,,:i,.,
i
l
:r
,l:,r
r:;ri:.
::i:lr :.
::.a.;,'
:::::..
Jp'l
:i:it.l:l
U,SPS FIRST-CLASS'NN
PKG
PhTRiCK h{ATTSiCi:
IS4 rf{DLrST,qi^r El.",U
i;-[:
i"-iltli".ii ;FrE\ Tx 75i-tii- i-*,
,
l,
I
;
t
-!
-t
:. I
i
I
I
I
i
I
l
1
I
1
I
{&
I irtl.r
1109$
gss
0000
l:.
a,
:.:.:::a,)t:L:':.:tl.'.:,.:'...::.):'::'.":|:,':::.:',t'.):::|::::.::::::..aa.:.:
{ f J
\'w
? lt
.l
USPS TRACKING
g
A
l
I
I
i
I
j
I
!
slli.,:
$.flLr',,
w
i];Y,::
w,
ffi
'rill,'.::.
38384 268$
32
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 24 of 28 Page ID #:47
EXHIBIT H
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 25 of 28 Page ID #:48
!$-q! I lep I 5.,.s&r!!itcrEtoi
Fe50rloncenler Prolle
Payqag
ove ew Add rlone) v\,ftidraw Hlsrory statemEnts
Trrr! r.i i{]iiril Dataias
I rvp.
Js29,2013 Add Fsds trcn q
tur* Accdir
[,lohle ExDr+ss CrFckorI Pnymrn ser|r (Un que
-rransaclior
rD+] 6097902T00716{3ro
0.6
Je ?9, ?013 PayEni To STU oKrbLlo^ sdvies
9rYi139:'.-q
cnsrormt sdli.e EnE l 4!&uear!4q snhd 51e( h i.n
PHOIE 5 SPECK CA'IDYS.]ELL D€'P VOITT ]
AAUA COLOR, ICV\J. UISA SELLER
&rsirBssCor ndlr(otrnnlioll
CudoDH S€Mce URL:
teh Tor.rl $17.54 USO
snl,es Tnx:
slrlDtlrt: $l 21 UsD
Selhr
'tscourn
orclfr08.: $0 00 USD
Tor.rr.x'b
'ir:
$1875 USD
Fe. dmun: $0.00 USD
N€r ronn:
-$18.75UsD
tl e: Jan 29,2013
Tioe: ?3 34 55 PST
sr.mrs: comploled
Des.ripttotr: thopprng Cad
1:rri-,r.i.: rCA 91 302-1 50?
P(rynletrr To:
gTU
Dislribulion € e ]c3s (fhe rccipisnr orrhis paymentisveriiled)
Sells!D: md5le.hn0l0qles
Selleis EDnn: iq0r.p0q0rery@nd5le.h..om
tr rElr Tme: lnslanlTransler
Frrxlfug Sor[ ce: 5l
g.l5
USD - J P. MoFoaN CHr'€E BANK NA Cho.kirq (Connm eO * 2785
BnckU0 FntrdiroSorfi ce: Maslecard Credil Card)CCq-IIC{X.FOC(-4844
I' nc|i{, N{tr ,e': 9t00109699S395?4250790;:1
C NEII USPS
ordet sl.ntrsi sh pped (Jan 30,2013)
Needhep,lfyouhdsproblemswhaneEatnansacliororMnthelpsehlino!dspulewilhareBayselrer
00l01he ee3! FesrLulion ceilEr PayParandeEa/slrontryrecornmendlrralyoustempllolesolyelssues
dlreclywilh lhe selerrhenerer possib
e
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 26 of 28 Page ID #:49
EXHIBIT I
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 27 of 28 Page ID #:50
I I ii.r
'.1-
1J
; .-- i;i;1-l
i; ;i:>
.{
c:s
lrsi t,()s I A(;I t,Alt)
flilrrr-,y
firlwt: s
C onrEas Prrce
-
.- 4 Fi'r'i
7
o.?i[:i.,*
q
ri:i_
I
USPS FIRST.CLASS'*
PKG
ililt];i
:ECHi.i OL.CGi E E
'
9;
ittlu:5:TFilr,:
?;r./D
:j-5
1...r-
.lC(ii.i,l.rE'i
T,x.
75ii05-7:."i;
i
,l
I
I
I
: r':i:
l.l
.. :.. t
i
I
i
I
I
I
I
0000
f'&
,}
,,,',:;;,
;
t;,11,,i;;;1;,.;;:,C
A [j 1 3fl 2
'
r.r,r.:.,r.r"i. rr.:r:r'irri:rr'ri::.r'r)-r:i,l
150.l
.,. USPs TRACKING #
I
I
I
I
ffi
lilill ffilifi
95?* i:5O7 90
Case 2:14-cv-06465-ODW-PLA Document 1-1 Filed 08/18/14 Page 28 of 28 Page ID #:51

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful