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Focused on Franchise Law - March 2014

FRANCHISOR 101: Franchisee Not Bound by Arbitration Provision - In March 2013, Edison Subs, LLC, a Subway franchisee/transferee, filed a complaint in New Jersey against Subway and Aliya Patel (the original...more

Trademark Review - Stacked Wine, SUPERJAWS and Subway (October 2013)

The Downfall of a “Stacked” Wine - Stacked Wines, LLC makes individually-packaged glasses of wine that vertically stack to form one full bottle of wine. Stacked Wines sought to register the mark STACKED in the...more

Post Summer Part 1 of 5 - Protected Brand vs. Protected Photo

In some respects, the summer of 2013 seemed long. In others, it feels as if Memorial Day and the early June heat wave were only yesterday. But just because this blog went on a brief summer hiatus doesn't mean the world of...more

Millions of False TM Notices to Remove?

A hot dog is a type of sandwich, and “footlong” denotes a type, category, or class of sandwiches (those measuring about a foot in length), making ”footlong” a generic term and part of the public domain – incapable of serving...more

The Greatest Blog Post About Deceptive Advertising Ever Written*

Sometimes, I like to talk basics and this time it’s something as basic as “tell the truth.” I’ve never had a client come to me and say, “I would like to lie as much as possible in my advertising, can you help me?” It’s never...more

Sheetz Flushing Subway’s Footlong TM Hope?

It has been almost six months since oral argument before the TTAB over the question of whether the word “footlong” is a trademark or a generic name for a type of sandwich. What type of sandwich you ask? One about twice as...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - February 2013

In This Issue: - Court Rules that Yogurt Dispute Belongs Before the FDA - Conclusory Allegations that Advertising is “False and Misleading” Fail Minimum Pleading Standards - 5-Hour Energy Authorized To Sue...more

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