Plaintiff Guthrie operates medical facilities, Defendant ContextMedia provides a digital network for advertiser (read: pharma)-sponsored medical information displayed on screens in doctors’ offices. Plaintiff operates in the Twin Tiers region, which is Southern New York and Northern Pennsylvania. Defendant operates in all 50 states. At the District Court level, Defendant was enjoined from doing business
Plaintiff operates the famous MARQUEE nightclub in Manhattan, which I’ve never heard of because I don’t get around much anymore. Defendant AMC operates a MARQUEE restaurant in one of its theaters in Kansas City. Dawn Donut perhaps, but both parties reportedly want to expand into Las Vegas.
Complaint Marquee Nightclub Amc Trademark…
In-n-Out Burger (doing business in 4 western states) sues Joe’s In-n-Out Burger on Holbrook, NY in eastern Long Island.
Possible evidence of confusion in comment 1 and not in comment 6 here.
Dunkin Donuts is a franchisor. If a franchisee allegedly breaches its agreement such that Dunkin terminates the license, and the licensee continues to use the trademarks, then in addition to any contractual claims, there may be trademark claims as well:
Dunkin Donuts v. Bakery Maestro, 1:08-cv-00659-RBK-JS (D NJ Feb 6 2008) (excerpted complaint).
Marketplace: “There’s Only One Burger King In This Town“:
“For 50 years, the Burger King in Mattoon, Ill., has been a favorite spot. And thanks to a judge’s ruling, that other Burger King has had to keep its distance”