9th Circuit Opens Door for Injunction in Melville, Redbubble Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has issued a ruling in a trademark dispute between Brandy Melville and Redbubble. The court partially upheld the district court's decision, finding Redbubble liable for contributory trademark infringement and counterfeiting, and awarding Melville over $500,000 in damages. However, the court denied Melville's request for a permanent injunction and reduced the jury award. Both parties have appealed the decision. Redbubble allows users to design and sell products, including those with Brandy Melville trademarks. This is not the first trademark case that Redbubble has faced.

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