No Labels Releases Statement on Winning Temporary Restraining Order Against Owners of a Fake Website
As Bloomberg reported in early December, No Labels filed a trademark infringement lawsuit on Dec. 4 in Delaware District Court against the owners of a website impersonating No Labels, noting the website owners were "attempting to rebrand No Labels and confuse the public about what the organization actually stands for.”
No Labels issued a statement today on an important development in the case:
"After a hearing today in courtroom 6B in federal court in Wilmington, Delaware, Judge Gregory B. Williams issued a temporary restraining order against the anonymous owners of a website impersonating No Labels. Judge Williams ordered the website's owners to shut the website down while No Labels pursues civil action against the people behind these political dirty tricks."
"Party insiders in DC are stooping to new lows in their campaign against No Labels. They are undermining our electoral process and trying to prevent No Labels from giving voters the choice they want in 2024. It’s not going to work. This decision shows there are consequences to misleading voters, and No Labels will continue working tirelessly to give a voice to a commonsense majority that is ready to be heard."
Dan Webb, a volunteer attorney for No Labels and co-executive chairman of Winston & Strawn, issued a statement:
"In an important victory for No Labels, we are pleased that federal judge Gregory B. Williams issued a temporary restraining order against the operators of a fraudulent website that is impersonating the real No Labels."
"We remain steadfast in our determination to identify and hold accountable those responsible for creating and maintaining the fake website. Such deceptive actions undermine America’s trust in our political process, and we will pursue all legal avenues to ensure that justice is served. No Labels stands resolute in our mission to give a voice to America’s commonsense majority."
Case number: 1:23-cv-01384, No Labels v. NoLabels.com Inc.