Sony Wins Injunction Against PSP Importer

Online retailer ElectricBirdLand ordered to stop selling handhelds with immediate effect.

Online retailer ElectricBirdLand was today ordered to cease selling imported PSP consoles with immediate effect after Sony Computer Entertainment won an injunction in the high court. Sony's application for the interim injunction claimed that EBL had infringed trade marks and was therefore selling PSPs illegally.

There were raised voices outside the court before the case was heard as a representative from law firm SJ Berwin, representing Sony, asked to hear the case for the defence. EBL managing director Dan Morelle - representing himself - refused to comply, and requested a meeting with Sony's board of directors to discuss the matter.

News source: GamesIndustry.biz

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