The plaintiff, an owner of USPTO registered trademarks for word marks in the entertainment services industry, identified multiple infringers that they alleged were using the word marks—thereby creating confusion and deception in the eyes of the public. As a result, the defendants have allegedly profited substantially by the wrongful, unauthorized use of the trademarks, causing significant damages to the plaintiff.
The plaintiff, while well-capitalized, wanted to use litigation funding to lever his own capital resources in order to bolster a larger trademark enforcement campaign. By investing side-by-side with the plaintiff through an initial capital investment, along with a follow-on investment several months later, LexShares’ $1,445,000 financing provided the flexibility the plaintiff needed to expand the enforcement campaign.
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Business litigation boutique
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Individual who owns trademarks related to educational and entertainment services, financial planning and advisory services
Individuals and companies in the financial services, accounting and media industries
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