(815 ILCS 510/3)
(from Ch. 121 1/2, par. 313)
A person likely to be damaged by a deceptive trade practice of
another may be granted injunctive relief upon terms that the
court considers reasonable. Proof of monetary damage, loss of profits or
intent to deceive is not required. Relief granted for the copying of an
article shall be limited to the prevention of confusion or misunderstanding
as to source.
Costs or attorneys' fees or both may be assessed against a defendant only
if the court finds that he has wilfully engaged in a deceptive trade practice.
The relief provided in this Section is in addition to remedies otherwise
available against the same conduct under the common law or other statutes of this State.
(Source: P.A. 81-1509.)