A Fulton County judge has ordered that law enforcement and agents of the National Football League may seize counterfeit tickets and merchandise from 200 unknown people expected to violate the trademarks of the league, the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots in the days just before and after Sunday’s Super Bowl in Atlanta.

Superior Court Chief Judge Robert McBurney held that “Does 1 Through 200, inclusive” would cause “immediate, continuous, and irreparable injury, loss, and damage in the form of infringement of Plaintiffs’ trademarks and injury to Plaintiffs’ reputation and property rights.”

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