Andrea E. Mertz's answer Assuming you have no prior record of convictions, you will get probation. The maximum sentence you face is 1 to 2 years incarceration. However, that maximum usually is ordered for repeat convicts who have multiple convictions. Hire an attorney and inquire as to whether your county has a first time offender program or ARD. Good Luck!
Peter N. Munsing's answer At this point it will be difficult to prove their damage as opposed to yours. Technically, if you can show what parts they damaged, that are not repaired by you, let them pay for those.
Benton R Patterson III's answer An attorney would need to review the two products to answer this question. From what you have described, it seems unlikely that your bracelet would infringe a copyright for the other bracelet. While jewelry is protected by copyright, the rights are not so broad as to cover entire design concepts. To infringe, your product would need to be nearly an exact replica. Based on your description, this is far from true. I recommend having an attorney prepare a response.
Evan Charles Pappas' answer The answer to this question may depend on how long you have been using the mark in commerce. Although this other winery may have a registered trademark (you refer to the "word" mark), this fact alone does not completely answer the question. If your use of the name predates their use and/or the date they received their federal registration, you may have superior rights in your be able to continue using the mark - although it may be in a limited geography. Any use that you made prior to their...
Changi Wu's answer Your website and the original website both use images from TOEI Animation. I guess neither of you have obtain authorization from TOEI. Therefore, both of you are infringing TOEI's copyright. The original website enjoys only the website design. If you did not copy its website design, you do not infringe its copyright. You should hire an attorney to respond the threat from the original website so that it can stop threatening you. Many attorneys provide free consultation and a low rate of charge....
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