The non-compliant chairs were probably not as serious as the hidden sales (terminated franchisee litigation) http://t.co/siwQJfp5Cw
— TrademarkBlog (@TrademarkBlog) September 8, 2014
Mister Softee wins prelim injunction against former franchisee.
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Now, Cape Cod teams are being forced to choose between maintaining a link with the major leagues and remaining true to their homespun heritage. In the case of the Chatham Athletics, homespun is winning out. The team has changed its name to the Anglers
I’m assuming that plaintiff, Cold Stone Creamery, is alleging that defendant, a former franchisee, breached its franchise agreement in such a way that continued use constitutes trademark infringement. There is a problem with the ECF filing here as only the first three pages of the complaint are on Pacer. In any event, the exhibit, the…