RS Means Company, LLC et al. v. SED Associates, Inc. et al. (D. Mass. 20-cv-10993).

Judge Casper granted RS Means’ motion for a preliminary injunction.  She noted that RS Means had purchased copies of its construction cost estimation books that were sold by Defendant Aaron Richardson of SED.  Judge Casper had previously entered a temporary retraining order prohibiting sales of the book by Defendants.  She reasoned that RS Means had demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits of both the copyright and trademark allegations that supported the preliminary injunction.

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