Sandwich Lawsuit Outlines Main Ingredients of Trademark Infringement


Sandwich Lawsuit Outlines Main Ingredients of Trademark Infringement

by Robert Levy on August 1, 2012

The Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas is sparring with New York City’s Second Ave. Deli over the rights to a very unhealthy sandwich. The Heart Attack Grill has alleged that the Second Ave. Deli’s Instant Heart Attack Sandwich and Triple Bypass Sandwich violate its registered trademarks.

The New York trademark litigation began when the Heart Attack Grill sent a cease and desist letter demanding that the New York City deli stop selling the sandwiches. The restaurant holds marks for its name as well as its Single, Triple, and Quadruple Bypass Burger.

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