STIPULATED PERMANENT INJUNCTION AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL
JAMES V. SELNA, District Judge.
Plaintiff Grupo Salinas Inc. dba Salinas Tires & Wheels ("Grupo") and Defendant JJTS, Inc. ("JJTS"), wishing to avoid the expense, uncertainty, inconvenience, and other burdens of litigating the above-entitled action, have entered into an agreement settling their dispute and hereby stipulate to the entry of this Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order of Dismissal.
According to their settlement agreement, Grupo and JJTS stipulate that:
1. Juan Jorge Torres Salinas, and Juana Leticia Torres Salinas, whom are both employees and/or officers of JJTS, Inc., submit to the jurisdiction of this Court, and agree to be bound by the terms of this Stipulated Permanent Injunction in their individual capacity.
2. The Court has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter at issue in this action.
3. The term SALINAS Mark refers to the mark that is the subject of United States Trademark Registration No. 85,012,217.
4. The SALINAS Mark is valid, distinctive, and owned by Grupo.
5. Grupo brought claims pursuant to 15 U.S.C. §§ 1114 & 1125(a), and California Civil Code § 17200, alleging that JJTS was engaging in the unauthorized use of the SALINAS Mark.
6. On December 22, 2016, after full briefing and a hearing on Grupo's motion for preliminary injunction, the Court enjoined JJTS from using the SALINAS Mark or any mark that contains the word "Salinas," among other things. The Court found that Grupo was likely to succeed on the merits of its trademark infringement claims, that Grupo would be irreparable harmed if an injunction did not use, that the balance of equities favored issuing an injunction, and that the public interest favored issuing an injunction.
7. Entry of a permanent injunction will achieve the purposes of the Lanham Act and California state statutory unfair competition.
8. Permanent Injunction. JJTS, Inc., along with its officers, directors, stockholders, owners, agents, representatives and affiliates, and all those acting in concert or privity with JJTS, Inc. who receive actual notice of this Order by personal service or otherwise, including specifically Juan Jorge Torres Salinas, and Juana Leticia Torres Salinas in their individual capacities:
a. Must remove the name "Salinas" from all signs, advertisements, websites, brochures, social media and other media.
b. Must contact any vendors or distributors with whom they have an account under the name "Salinas" or any derivation thereof and inform them of the lack of association with Grupo Salinas, Inc.
c. Must cease use of and transfer the domain name http://www.jrsalinas.com/to Grupo Salinas, Inc.
d. Are restrained and enjoined from telling any customer, vendor, distributor or other person or business that they are in any way related to or affiliated with SALINAS TIRES & WHEELS, Grupo Salinas, Inc., or Jorge and Luz Salinas.
e. Are restrained and enjoined from use of the name "Salinas" in any trade or company name, and in any way in connection with their business and the sale of tires and wheels, including but not limited to on letterhead, business cards, brochures, advertisements, banners, signs, websites, social media, radio.
f. Are restrained and enjoined from advertising, selling, or offering for sale any tires or wheels using the name "Salinas" or any variation of the SALINAS TIRES & WHEELS trademark.
9. Future Claims Unaffected. Nothing in this Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order of Dismissal precludes Grupo from asserting any claims or rights arising out of a breach of this Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order of Dismissal or the settlement agreement reached by the Parties.
10. Fed. R. Civ. P. 65. This Stipulated Permanent Injunction applies to and binds all parties who are in active concert or participation with JJTS as provided in Fed. R. Civ. P. 65(d). JJTS waves any objection under Fed. R. Civ. P. 65.
11. Survival. This Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order of Dismissal shall bind JJTS and its corporate affiliates, successors, assignees, officers, directors, employees, agents, servants, representatives, and shareholders.
12. Waiver of Appeal: Grupo and JJTS waive any right to appeal the entry of this Stipulated Permanent Injunction.
13. Dismissal. Grupo's claims against JJTS are hereby dismissed with prejudice and without costs to either Party, except the Court shall retain jurisdiction to enforce this Stipulated Permanent Injunction and Order of
14. Dismissal and the settlement agreement between the Parties.
IT IS SO STIPULATED.
IT IS SO ORDERED.