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North American Van Lines (“NAVL”) apparently has a few trademark licensees who haven’t been making their license payments and yet refuse to stop using NAVL’s marks. 3 lawsuits have been filed recently in the Northern District by NAVL to enforce their rights (and collect some cash). For a copy of either complaint, please leave a comment.

North American Van Lines Inc. v. Firebird Moving & Storage Inc.

Court Case Number: 1:10-cv-00199-JVB-RBC
File Date: Monday, June 21, 2010
Plaintiff: North American Van Lines Inc.
Plaintiff Counsel: David K. Hawk, Michael D. Hawk of Hawk Haynie Kammeyer & Chickedantz LLP
Defendant: Firebird Moving & Storage Inc.
Cause: Breach of Contract, Trademark Infringement, False Designation of Origin and Unfair Competition, Trademark Dilution, Unfair Competition
Court: Indiana Northern District Court
Judge: Judge Joseph S. Van Bokkelen
Referred To: Magistrate Judge Roger B. Cosbey

North American Van Lines Inc. v. Wayne Moving & Storage Co Inc

Court Case Number: 1:10-cv-00200-JD-RBC
File Date: Friday, June 18, 2010
Plaintiff: North American Van Lines Inc.
Plaintiff Counsel: David K. Hawk, Michael D. Hawk of Hawk Haynie Kammeyer & Chickedantz LLP
Defendant: Wayne Moving & Storage Co Inc.
Cause: Breach of Contract, Trademark Infringement, False Designation of Origin and Unfair Competition, Trademark Dilution, Unfair Competition
Court: Indiana Northern District Court
Judge: Judge Jon E. DeGuilio
Referred To: Magistrate Judge Roger B. Cosbey

North American Van Lines Inc. v. C&D Moving & Storage Co.

Court Case Number: 1:10-cv-00198-TLS-RBC
File Date: Friday, June 18, 2010
Plaintiff: North American Van Lines Inc.
Plaintiff Counsel: David K. Hawk, Michael D. Hawk of Hawk Haynie Kammeyer & Chickedantz LLP
Defendant: C & D Moving & Storage Co.
Cause: Breach of Contract, Trademark Infringement, False Designation of Origin and Unfair Competition, Trademark Dilution, Unfair Competition
Court: Indiana Northern District Court
Judge: Judge Theresa L. Springmann
Referred To: Magistrate Judge Roger B. Cosbey