Bobby Blotzer’s WBS, Inc. ordered to pay over $2 million to Ratt and to refrain from using Ratt trademarks

Bobby Blotzer’s WBS, Inc. ordered to pay over $2 million to Ratt and to refrain from using Ratt trademarks

The litigation between Bobby Blotzer‘s company WBS, Inc. and Ratt (presumably Stephen Pearcy and Juan Croucier) has come at a hefty price as District Judge Dean D. Pregerson, who has previously made many rulings against WBS, Inc., ruled earlier this month that Blotzer‘s company must pay over $2 million to Ratt as well as refrain from using Ratt trademarks.

WBS, Inc. didn’t put up much of a fight since Ratt brought a motion for default judgment against it.

The Judgment against WBS, Inc. for the case of Ratt v. Blotzer can be found on Leagle, and as earlier reported by Metal Sludge, indicates in part:

“The default of Defendant WBS, Inc. having been entered, Plaintiff’s Motion for Default Judgment having been filed, the submissions of the parties having been considered, and for good cause appearing:

1. A Judgment in the amount of $2,002,005.08 is hereby ENTERED against WBS, INC., a California Corporation, and in favor of RATT, a California general partnership, along with interest in the amount prescribed by statute.

2. WBS, INC. is ORDERED to refrain from using the RATT trademarks or any colorable imitation thereof.”

 

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