14 F. Supp. 2d 339 (S.D.N.Y. 1998).
We successfully represented the producer of the famous film, “Bridge on the River Kwai,” in a trademark infringement suit against the producer of “Return from the River Kwai.” We asserted that the title, “Return from the River Kwai,” is likely to cause confusion because it suggests the film is a sequel to “Bridge on the River Kwai,” when in fact it is not a sequel. The district court held the defendants guilty of intentional infringement and awarded a permanent injunction and attorneys’ fees. The court later ordered defendants to pay our client $400,000 in attorneys’ fees. This Second Circuit decision affirms a decision of the district court ordering the defendants to post security for costs on appeal.