When the cost of default is $1.2 million
A US district court has enjoined Insurance Depot Marketing Corporation from any activity in connection with the INSURANCE DEPOT mark and awarded damages amounting to over $1.2 million to the plaintiff, holding that an award of statutory damages under the Lanham Act and the federal Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act would discourage it from using the plaintiff’s mark in the future.
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