Tag: trademark infringement

KFC Files Breach of Contract Lawsuit against Mokena, Illinois Franchise
KFC has filed a lawsuit in Chicago’s federal court against an owner of one of its franchises in Mokena, Illinois. According to the complaint, the franchise’s owner, Aiman Kassar, has [...]
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Saturday Surf Loses Trademark Infringement Suit against Kate Spade
While Thursday’s post focused on alleged infringement of technology patents, today’s post has to do with infringement within the apparel industry. Some months ago, the New York City based men’s [...]
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Harper Lee Sues Hometown Museum for Trademark Infringement
Last month we wrote a blog post about Harper Lee’s lawsuit against her literary agent over what she claimed was an unlawful coercion involving her signing over the copyrights to [...]
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Pinterest Sues Travel Startup for Trademark Infringement
A few days ago we wrote a post on Pinterest’s win against a cybersquatter as well as the trademark infringement lawsuit it was facing against Path for its use of [...]
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Billionaire William Koch Sues over Counterfeit Wine
Our recent posts discussed trademark infringement and the issue of counterfeits with regard to fashion labels. However, two weeks ago, a federal jury ruled on behalf of billionaire business mogul [...]
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Trademark Infringement
We recently blogged about the issue of trademark infringement due to counterfeits being shipped to the US from abroad. But there is also a constantly revolving door of lawsuits involving [...]
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Sixth Circuit Upholds Red Seal as Maker’s Mark Trademark
Today’s competitive market compels liquor distillers to not only compete in flavor, but also aesthetics. In a recent verdict, the US court of Appeals for the Sixth circuit upheld that [...]
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