Bright Sols. For Dyslexia, Inc. v. Doe, No. 15-cv-01618-JSC, 2015 WL 5159125 (N.D. Cal. Sept. 2, 2015)

Key Insight: Court granted motion for expedited discovery to discover the identity of Defendant Doe; court also granted Plaintiffs? ex parte motion for a preservation order directing eBay, PayPal, and Google to preserve account information where the third parties had no independent duty to preserve absent a court order and where Plaintiffs established that: the at-issue data was regularly destroyed by the third parties in their regular business practices, that Plaintiffs would be ?irreparably harmed? by the loss of the at-issue data (because they could not serve Defendant and stop the alleged infringement), and that the third parties had the capability to maintain the information, particularly because of the limited nature of the request

Nature of Case: Trademark and copyright infringement


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