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Md. youth nonprofit sues LeBron James’ company over trademark

A Bowie-based youth sports nonprofit is suing the media company owned by NBA star LeBron James for allegedly infringing on its trademarked “More Than An Athlete” slogan. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Washington on Tuesday, claims Game Plan ...

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Spice manufacturers settle ‘New Bae’ trademark lawsuit

McCormick & Co. settled its trademark infringement lawsuit Tuesday with an organic spice maker that sells a seasoning mix called “New Bae.” The Baltimore spice company filed a federal lawsuit against Pittsburgh-based Primal Palate in 2018, claiming New Bae infringes on ...

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Defendants in Under Armour trademark lawsuit challenge jurisdiction

A North Carolina-based apparel company being sued by Under Armour in a trademark dispute has asked a Maryland judge to dismiss the case for lack of jurisdiction. Battle Fashions Inc. and owner Kelsey Battle previously have accused Under Armour of trademark infringement ...

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Mediterranean restaurant cleared in trademark suit brought by competitor

A federal jury in Greenbelt has found a Mediterranean restaurant did not infringe on the trademark of a competitor, ending nearly three years of litigation between the businesses. Rockville-based Cava Group Inc., which operates restaurants throughout Maryland and across the country, ...

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Under Armour files trademark infringement lawsuit against Md. apparel company

Under Armour has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Armor & Glory LLC, another Maryland-based athletic apparel company, alleging that company’s name is “confusingly similar” to its own. Such lawsuits are nothing new for Under Armour, but last week’s filing ...

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