Arts and Cultural Affairs - Trade-marks - Live Musical Performance and Productions - Restraining prohibited acts

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§ 34.07. Restraining prohibited acts. 1. Whenever the attorney general
has reason to believe that any person is advertising, using, advertising
the use of or promoting, a live musical performance or production in
violation of section 34.05 of this article, and that it would be in the
public interest, the attorney general may bring an action in the name of
the people of the state of New York against the person to restrain by
preliminary or permanent injunction such promotion, advertising or use
of the same or substantially similar name of such recording group, live
musical performance or production.

2. In addition to any injunctive relief granted pursuant to
subdivision one of this section, the court may direct the defendant to
disgorge to the recording group or its authorized representative any
moneys which may have been acquired by means of any violation of section
34.05 of this article subject to such terms and conditions as the court
shall determine to be just.