Plaintiff's motion for a permanent injunction upon the court's entry of default was granted. "[I]n the absence of an injunction, of which [defendant] will certainly receive notice, [defendant] may continue to infringe by selling the [accused products] on eBay without being forced to stop. This is because eBay has recently begun to require proof of an injunction prior to removing infringing items from its website. Without an injunction, [defendant] could continue to market his infringing product online and if sued again, could again refuse to answer the complaint."
Zen Design Group, Limited v. Clint, 2-08-cv-14309
(MIED November 23, 2009, Opinion and Order) (Murphy, J.)