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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
by Bloomberg BNA Staff
Bloomberg BNA full story:
Mahira Khan's writeup of a decision allowing a New York delicatessen to use the name "heart attack" for its sandwiches despite a trademark claim by a medical-themed Las Vegas hamburger joint for BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Law Daily (accessible to both subscribers and non-subscribers).
Richard Bingler also recently blogged about this ruling, noting that the plaintiff might have hurt itself with overly aggressive litigation tactics.
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