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in this complaint was, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of California,
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9595 Wilshire Blvd. #610
Beverly Hills, Cal 90212
Tel: (310) 246-2300
Fax: (310) 246-2328
Email: sgardner@sgardnerlaw.com
Attorneys for Plaintiff
I. Plaintiff, Cirgadyne Incorporated ("Cirgadyne") , is now, and at all times mentioned
with its principal place of business in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles County, California, and does
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SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 1)
FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
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business under the fictitious business names of "Liquor License Specialists" and 'LLS".
FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
SERVICEMARK INFRINGEMENT
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California Corporation, individually and doing) CASE NO.: 13 C.)
business as Liquor License Specialists and )
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2. Defendant, Jason Fedennan ("Fedennan"), at all times mentioned in this Complaint,
was and is an individual doing business as Liquor License Services, with its principal place of
business in Duarte, Los Angeles County, California.
3. The true names and capacities, whether individual, corporate, associate or otherwise,
of Defendants Does I through I 00, inclusive, are unknown to Plaintiff, which therefore sues said
Defendants by such fictitious names, and Plaintiff will ask leave of Court to amend this Complaint
to show their true names and capacities when the same have been ascertained.
4. Plaintiff is infonned and believes, and thereon alleges, that, at all times referenced
herein, each Defendant was acting as the authorized agent and/or employee of the other Defendants,
and in doing the acts and omissions alleged herein, were acting within the scope of their authority
and with the pennission and consent of each other Defendant.
5. Plaintiff is infonned and believes, and thereon alleges, that, at all times referenced
herein, each Defendant was in some manner proximately responsible for the events and happenings
alleged in this Complaint and for Plaintiffs damages.
6. Plaintiff is now, and at all times mentioned in this Complaint was, engaged in the
business of liquor license consulting, procurement, sales, facilitator and brokerage services
("Services'). Since 1986, Plaintiff has been doing business under the names and marks of "Liquor
License Specialists" and "LLS". Since 1986, Plaintiff has consistently identified, adopted,
advertised and used the mark "LLS" in advertising and prominently displaying its Services.
7. From 1999-2000 and again from 2003-2004, Defendant, Jason Fedennan
("Fedennan"), was a broker/sales employee of an affiliate of Plaintiff and during such employment
worked closely with, utilized, and had knowledge of, and access to, Plaintiffs contacts, procedures,
and know-how used in connection with the advertising and providing of Services by Plaintiff under
the mark and tradename "LLS". During this time of employment Defendant Fedennan had actual
notice of Plaintiffs use ofthe mark "LLS" in connection with the Services.
8. On August 16, 2006, Plaintiff filed and published its fictitious business name
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I 9. On August 22, 2006, the California Secretary of State issued California Servicemark
2 Registration No. 62470 to Plaintiff covering the use of the mark "LLS" for use in relation to
3 consultant, brokerage and facilitator services in connection with the sale and purchase of liquor
4 licenses. A copy of said Registration is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this
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affixed the mark "LLS" in a prominent position on Defendants' website
www.liquorlicenseservices.com so as to advertise the mark "LLS" in connection with services
uses in connection with services offered by Defendant which are substantially similar or identical to
the Services offered by Plaintiff. Notwithstanding Defendant Federman's actual notice of the use by
Plaintiff of Plaintiffs mark, in accordance with Business & Professions Code §14242, registration
of Plaintiffs mark operates as constructive notice, to Defendants and everyone else, of Plaintiffs
claim of ownership of said mark "LLS" used in connection with the Services.
II. Defendants, and each of them, have, unlawfully and without Plaintiffs consent,
mark "LLS" in connection with Defendants' website www.liquorlicenseservices.com and all other
Plaintiffs mark "LLS" on Defendants' website: www.liquorlicenseservices.comin connection with
offered by Defendants which are identical to the Services offered by Plaintiff. Defendants' use of
the mark "LLS" on Defendants' website www.liguorlicenseservices.com to advertise the mark
"LLS" in connection with services offered by Defendants which are identical to the Services offered
the advertisement of services offered by Defendants which are identical to the Services offered by
Plaintiff. Defendant Federman was notified in writing to cease and desist from the use of Plaintiffs
10. On or about September 6, 2006, Plaintiff discovered the use by Defendants of
by Plaintiff is unlawful and likely to cause confusion or mistake or to deceive members of the public
as to the source of origin of the Services. These actions by Defendants constitute trademark
infringement pursuant to Business & Professions Code §14320(a)(l).
12. Plaintiff is informed and believes, and on that basis alleges, that as a direct and
proximate result of Defendants and each of their wrongful conduct, use, display and advertising of
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2 your liquor license needs" which are indistinguishable from Plaintiffs Services rendered under
3 Plaintiffs "LLS" mark, Defendants have derived profits in an amount which exceeds the limited
4 jurisdiction ofthis Court and which amount will be subject to proof at the time oftriaL Pursuant to
5 Business & Professions Code §14340(a), Plaintiff is entitled to recover up to three (3) times these
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7 SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION
8 COMMON LAW TRADEMARK
9 INFRINGEMENT
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11 13. Plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each and every allegation set
12 forth in Paragraphs 1 through 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 as though set forth in full hereat.
13 14. Plaintiff has used the servicemark "LLS" since 1986 to identify and distinguish the
14 Services it provides in the liquor license industry from those similar services offered by others, by,
15 among other things, prominently displaying the "LLS" mark in its advertising materials, use ofthe
16 "LLS" mark in correspondence, and use of the 'LLS" mark in its website.
17 15. As a result ofthe rendition of Services and advertising by Plaintiff under its 'LL8"
18 mark, the mark has developed and now has a secondary and distinctive trademark meaning to
19 potential buyers and sellers of liquor licenses in California, in that such potential customers have
20 come to associate the mark "LLS" with the Services provided by Plaintiff. As a result of this
21 association, the use of the "LLS" mark by Defendants and each ofthem is likely to cause confusion
22 or mistake or to deceive the public as to the source of origin ofthe services offered by Defendants
23 which services are identical to the Services offered by Plaintiff.
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1 17. Defendants, and each ofthem, have engaged in an unlawful and unfair business
2 practice by utilizing Plaintiff's common law and registered mark "LLS" in connection with the
3 advertisement and offering of services similar to Services offered by Plaintiff in an effort to
4 capitalize on an tradename reference in the small, unique and specialized marketplace of the sale
5 and purchase of liquor licenses. Defendants and each ofthem have engaged in such unlawful
6 business practices so as gain increased customers and gain profit from this marketplace of liquor
7 license sellers and buyers. This is an unlawful and unfair business practice.
8 18. Defendants and each ofthem continue to engage in these and other unfair, unlawful
9 andlor fraudulent business practices, and will continue to do so unless the court orders Defendants
10 to cease and desist.
11 19. Defendants and each of their actions significantly threaten or harm competition. A
12 defendant that conducts illegal or unfair activities from which it profits is competing unfairly against
13 its competitors who use lawful means to produce their products and services. Here, Defendants and
14 each of them profit from their violation of laws. Competitors of Defendants who provide similar
15 services to buyers and sellers of liquor licenses in compliance with those laws are at a competitive
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17 20. As a direct competitor, Plaintiff has standing to maintain this cause of action.
18 WHEREFORE, Plaintiff demands judgment against Defendants and each of them, for the
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1. A preliminary and permanent injunction enjoining Defendants and each of
them from using, displaying, or advertising the mark 'LLS" in California, including but not limited
to any internet website, in connection with the offering or rendition of any services in connection
with liquor licenses, including but not limited to the (a) procurement or selling ofliquor licenses, (b)
the purchase and sale of liquor licenses, (c) the tasks oflocating liquor licenses, negotiations,
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Damages in an amount to be proved at time of trial;
All profits realized by Defendants and each of them, to be accounted for by
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4 not limited to any internet website, in connection with the offering or rendition of any services in
5 connection with liquor licenses, including but not limited to the (a) procurement or selling ofliquor
6 licenses, (b) the purchase and sale of liquor licenses, (c) the tasks of locating liquor licenses,
7 negotiations, application preparations, field surveys and public notifications thereof, and (d)
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1. The Court direct restitution of all money and property Defendants and each of
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4 That I am an authorized officer of Cirgadyne Incorporated, the Plaintiff in this action; that I
5 have read the foregoing Complaint and know the contents thereof; and that I am informed and
6 believe that the foregoing allegations are true and correct, and on that basis alleges that the matters
7 stated therein are true.
8 I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of alifomia that the foregoing
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ATIORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, Sf number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLY
H. Gardner
Law Offices of Steven H. Gardner
9595 Wilshire Blvd. #610
FILED Beverly Hills, CA 90212
TELEPHONE NO.' (31 0) 246-2300 FAX NO,; (310 ) 246-2328
,",OS ANOIlUIS SUPllRlOR COURT
ATTORNEY FOR (Name):
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF Los Angeles OCT 16 200S
STREET ADDRESS: 111 N. Hill Street
ohn Officer/Clerk
MAILING ADDRESS: 111 N. Hill Street
CITYANDZIPCODE:Los Anyeles, CA 90012
BRANCH NAME: Centra y t7 D. Garcia ' Deputy
CASE NAME: Cirgadyne v. Federman
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2. This case D is lD is not complex under rule 1800 of the California Rules of Court. If the case is complex, mark the
factors requiring exceptional judicial management:
a. 8Large number of separately represented parties d. 8Large number of witnesses
b. Extensive motion practice raising difficult or novel e. Coordination with related actions pending in one or more courts
issues that will be time-consuming to resolve in other counties, states, or countries, or in a federal court
c. 0 Substantial amount of documentary evidence f. 0 Substantial postjudgment judicial supervision
3. Type of remedies sought (check al/ that apply):
a. lD monetary b. IX) nonmonetary; declaratory or injunctive relief c. 0 nitive
4. Number of causes of action Three (3)
5. This case 0 is llU is not a class action suit.
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Date: October !J 2006
Steven H. Gardner
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• Item IV. Declaration of Assignment: I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and
correct and that the above-entitled matter is properly filed for assignment to the Stanley Mos k
courthouse in the Central District of the Los Angeles Sup or Court (Code Civ. Proc., § 392 et seq.,
and LASC Local Rule 2.0, subds. (b), (c) and (d».
Dated: October 2006
PLEASE HAVE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS COMPLETED AND READY TO BE FILED IN ORDER TO
PROPERLY COMMENCE YOUR NEW COURT CASE:
1. Original Complaint or Petition.
2. If filing a Complaint, a completed Summons form for issuance by the Clerk.
3. Civil Case Cover Sheet form CM-010.
4. Complete Addendum to Civil Case Cover Sheet form LASC Approved CIV 109 03-04 (Rev. 03/06).
5. Payment in full of the filing fee, unless fees have been waived.
6. Signed order appointing the Guardian ad Litem, JC form 982(a)(27), if the plaintiff or petitioner is a minor under 18 years of age,
or if required by Court.
7. Additional copies of documents to be conformed by the Clerk. Copies of the cover sheet and this addendum must be served along
with the summons and complaint, or other initiating pleading in the case.
CJV 109 ~ - o 4 (Rev. 03106)
LASe AitProved
Marlin aeim's Essential Forms TM
CIVIL CASE COVER SHEET ADDENDUM AND STATEMENT OF LOCATION
LLS/Federman
LAse, rule 2.0
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