A permanent injunction order against Trinnos Technology was granted and signed on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. Trinnos is hereby permanently enjoined from any sort of activity violating the terms identified in Copyright Registration No TXu 1-766-312.
To view the signed Injunction, please click here.
The verdict returned by the jury in Mitchell (Trinnos) vs. 3PL Systems, which recently was tried in the United States Federal District Court. As you will see, 3PL prevailed on all counts, including all of 3PL Systems’ counterclaims against Mitchell and Trinnos. The verdict clearly establishes 3PL is the sole owner of the Transportation Management software and that Mitchell and Trinnos are infringing 3PL’s copyright. As a result, 3PL now must act to protect its copyrights and the software. 3PL will shortly be seeking an injunction prohibiting Mitchell’s and Trinnos’ continued use of the software.
Former Customers: We appreciate that this dispute was not something that you expected to be part of your business challenges and that you would prefer to put it “behind you." Because of that, and our desire to have you as a new or returning customer, we have designed a cooperative transition plan to move your business back to 3PL Systems, with as little disruption as possible. The plan also includes a “release” for previous unauthorized use of the software by Trinnos’ customers.
The current road map for the 1st half of 2013 includes dates that are important to you and should be included in your near term planning:
|Customers having confirmed their migration to 3PL will have setup fees waived/minimized and receive priority implementation/migration to 3PL at current Trinnos pricing. Upon 1 year completion of service, the customer will receive a release of liability for all unauthorized use of 3PL s software.|
|Normal setup fees apply and implementation scheduled based on normal criteria. Upon 1 year completion of service, the customer will receive a release of liability for all unauthorized use of 3PL s software.|
|3PL begins aggressively protecting copyrights including pursuing the unauthorized use and recovery of fees for all previous use.|