The San Diego Comic Convention has won $4 million in “exceptional case” attorney fees and expenses, along with an injunction blocking its Salt Lake rival from using the “comic con” mark.

U.S. District Judge Anthony Battaglia of the Southern District of California’s post-trial orders Thursday in San Diego Comic Convention v. Dan Farr Productions salvages a December jury verdict that found trademark infringement but awarded the San Diego event only $20,000.

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