We successfully represented a national restaurant company in a lawsuit to protect the restaurant’s most important trademark, its name. A competitor of our client tried to launch a restaurant chain with a similar name to that of our client’s. We fought against the launch of the new restaurant based on trademark infringement and were successful in stopping the competitor.
Successful Representation of Trademark Protection for Restaurant Company
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