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2 Men Charged with Trademark Infringement for Selling Wood as Laptops

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

Hinds County authorities caught two men on Thursday attempting to sell blocks of wood and binders filled with paper by passing them off as laptop computers and cameras. The two men, Eddie Handford, 45, and Frank Hamilton, 54, were caught at the Mississippi Fairgrounds in Jackson. They were offering for sale the fake laptops and cameras contained boxes, complete with Toshiba labels, to an off-duty trooper when they were arrested.

trademark infringement attorneysThe two are being charged with trademark infringement and two counts of illegal sale of goods bearing counterfeit labels, each count of which carries a maximum sentence of five years in jail and $10,000 in fines. Continue reading 2 Men Charged with Trademark Infringement for Selling Wood as Laptops »