In Oct. 2013, Gastroceuticals, LLC filed a lawsuit against Rahmati’s company, Diamond Water, LLC, demanding a jury trial and claiming they own the federally registered trademark “Dymund” in accordance with their water bottles and are asking Rahmati’s competing company to cancel their all-too-similar trademark.
Radar has learned that the federal court judge shot down the competitor and refused to grant an injunction against Rahmati's Diamond Water.
According to the court docs, the judge claimed that the plaintiff’s arguments were weak, stating the bottles are vastly different and don’t look at all alike.
The judge also noted that consumers likely wouldn’t confuse the Bravolebrity’s special brand of diamond-infused alkaline bottled water with Gastroceuticals’ product due to Rahmati's popularity.
Rahmati, 37, maintains she lawfully owns trademarks for both Diamond Water and Asa’s Diamond Water and that consumers will not confuse them with “Dymund” — which isn’t even well-known or famous to the general public.
The case is still pending in federal court.