Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs): How to Resolve & Get Reinstated on Amazon
Temporary restraining orders (TRO) are usually sent by a brand to stop sellers from selling products that the brand feels they’re not authorized to sell on the Amazon platform.
When you receive these orders, it is important to respond as soon as possible, because failure to respond in due time can risk further damages. These orders already freeze your Amazon account, hold your funds / inventory. So to risk further damages is something no Amazon seller wants.
If you’ve received a temporary restraining order, the first thing you should do is hire a law firm such as Rosenbaum Famularo, the law firm behind Amazon Sellers Lawyer. We are really good at handling temporary restraining orders. We’ve previously went up against brands such as Burberry, Christian Dior, Ralph Lauren, Fendi and Supreme, just to name a few.
If you’ve received a TRO, call us now for a free consultation: 1-877-9-SELLER.
More information on TROs can be found below:
- TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDERS for Third-Party Amazon Sellers
- Amazon Seller Sued: Temporary Restraining Order Settled in 48 Hours
- General Tools & Luxottica suing Amazon sellers left & right.
- Settling Cases & Representing Sellers in Litigation
- Helping people & companies selling products on AMZ when federal courts freeze money/inventory.
- Ralph Lauren v Sellers – trademark infringement & counterfeiting
- Christian Dior v Sellers – trademark infringement and counterfeiting
- Fendi Lawsuit Against Amazon Sellers