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A Strange Trademark Menu: Hamburgers, Chick-fil-A and Bo Jackson
Posted on 4 Aug 2011 by Travis Burchart

Last week, N'Genuity Enterprises sued Chick-fil-A for trademark infringement. The oddities (I mean "facts") of the case involve ex-professional athlete Bo Jackson, the "Bo Burger," and the talking cow from the Chick-fil-A commercials... Read More

Rawlings Files Gold Glove Trademark Lawsuit against Wilson Sporting Goods
Posted on 6 Jul 2012 by Copyright & Trademark Law Community Staff

Yesterday, Rawlings, a manufacturer of baseball gloves, filed a lawsuit accusing Wilson Sporting Goods of infringing Rawlings' Gold Glove mark. Created in 1957, the Gold Glove Award, which honors outstanding defense at the professional level, consists... Read More

Rawlings Files Gold Glove Trademark Lawsuit against Wilson Sporting Goods
Posted on 6 Jul 2012 by Copyright & Trademark Law Community Staff

Yesterday, Rawlings, a manufacturer of baseball gloves, filed a lawsuit accusing Wilson Sporting Goods of infringing Rawlings' Gold Glove mark. Created in 1957, the Gold Glove Award, which honors outstanding defense at the professional level, consists... Read More