Connecticut Electric Sues Pacific Coast Breaker for Trademark Infringement of ZINSCO Trademark

Indianapolis, Indiana – Connecticut Electric, Inc. of Anderson, IN, has filed a trademark infringement suit against Pacific Coast Breaker, Inc., and PC Systems, Inc., alleging infringement of the mark ZINSCO, which has been registered by the U.S. Trademark Office. The plaintiff claims that the defendants stopped purchasing circuit breakers from plaintiff and began selling circuit breakers that look “identical in appearance to the ZINSCO circuit breakers.” This case has been assigned to Senior Judge Larry J. McKinney and Magistrate Judge Tim A. Baker of the Southern District of Indiana, and assigned case no. 1:10-cv-01440-LJM-TAB.

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Further information about this case is as follows:

Filed: November 9, 2010 as 1:2010cv01440 Updated: November 11, 2010 02:08:02

Plaintiff: CONNECTICUT ELECTRIC, INC.

Defendants: PACIFIC COAST BREAKER, INC. and PC SYSTEMS, INC.

Presiding Judge:Larry J. McKinney

Referring Judge:Tim A. Baker

Cause Of Action: Trademark Infringement (Lanham Act)

Court:

Seventh Circuit > Indiana > Southern District Court

Type:Intellectual Property > Trademark

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