National Sportswear Incorporated
National Sportswear ®
This Settlement Agreement means that “the other company” DBA National Sportswear is “NOT” allowed to “SELL” or “ADVERTISE” outside of their 11 counties in Northern New Jersey using our Federal Trademarked name “National Sportswear” in any form. Such as electronically, mechanically, on first party websites, third party websites, maps, directional finders, GPS, printed material, voice media or other. If you live outside of “ANY” of these eleven counties of New Jersey, you would be “INSIDE” the National Sportswear Incorporated Territories wich also include the other counties “not listed on this portion of the Settlement Agreement below ” inside New Jersey.
“ANYONE” selling a brand of clothing or sportswear with our name
“National Sportswear” “anywhere in the USA including all counties in New Jersey” is commiting an act of “Piracy.”
You may also use the map “ABOVE” as a clear visual guide to which counties are in who’s territories for silkscreen printing , embroidery or other forms of “custom deoration on sportswear.”
And, you may use the map of the United States at the “BOTTOM” of this page as another guide for the rest of the USA.
Even if a website is registered and or hosted “outside of the United States” but appears anywhere inside of the United States the above applies. For further information regarding importation of pirated products or services you can visit this Federal Government website to learn more.
After this settlement Agreement was signed and in effect.
We received a threatning email by someone claiming
that if we did not hand over the “entire State of New Jersey to them”,
the gloves would come off.
We do not consider this as an offer, but rather a threat.
A couple months after we received this email,
a cancelation on two of our Federal Trademarks was filed by the “Other”
company reffered to as the “Petitioner” in the cancelation proceedings.
We believe this is not only unethecal but also disrespectful the civil settlement agreement.
This was clearly a non warranted blatant attack on
National Sportswear Incorporated with the intent to cause us financial harm.
Defending yourself in the TTAB ( Federal Trademark Court or any court) does not come cheap.
In a full length proceedure, it could very well cost a defendant upwards of
five hundred thousand dollars to even one million dollars in litigation defense lawyers should a proceeding such as this go the full term.
This could very easily put some companies out of business, cause extreme negative effects on credits with suppliers or any creditors such as banks, credit card companies and impact the entire financial credibility of any company or individual.
This type of attack is unfair business practice.
Any lawyer or lawfirm who represents their client knowing there is a Civil Settlement Agreement between two parties
“should advise” their client “NOT” to proceed or even
refuse to represent anyone or company who neglects that Settlement Agreement or its contents.
Of course, this is up to the Law to decide, “not us” and is our “strictly our oppinion.”
Intentionally harming others for personal benefit or profit is immoral & unethical.
National Sportswear Incorporated will still honor this Settlement Agreement
by “ONLY” showing the portion above.
The Settlement Agreement was very clear and precise about its terms and conditions.
of our Federal Trademarks by this other party ” the petitioner.”
Is a violation of our Settlement Agreement.
Their attorneys have been notified of their breach(es) and to date ( July 19th 2017) have not responded.
As a result, we reserve the right to show the final decision by the TTAB
on an action of Trademark Cancelation filed on our Federal Trademarks
by this other company “after this Settlement Agreement was in place.“
It is our civil right to defend ourselves against blatant and non warranted attacks.
National Sportswear Incorporated reserves the right to record “all” visits to our websites, email addresses, quote request submitals , including but not limited to IP Addresses and other stored data of identification both for monitoring and security purposes. All data is stored electronically on third party secured databasses should they be required as evidence by legitimate government law enforcement agencies.
International Code 40 is “for the decoration of sportswear” such as custom silkscreen printing or custom embroidery.
It does not include manufacturing sportswear ” manufacturing sportswear is IC (international code) 25.