SALT LAKE CITY (CN) - A.L. Enterprises claims Latitudes International violates trademark by selling knockoff "male chastity devices" on the Internet. It claims the Canadian company profits unjustly by selling the knockoffs, as ALE's trademarks and designs "are immediately recognizable by people familiar with the market."
The federal complaint unfortunately does not describe the nature of the trademarked devices, which ALE sells as the "CB-3000," the "CB-6000" and "The Curve."
Latitudes is based in Scarborough, Ont., Canada. ALE also sued Latitudes' manager, Gordon Douglas.
ALE is represented in Federal Court by Alan Edwards.
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