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 ...Read More »
Under Armour has a message for a North Carolina company claiming the Baltimore-based apparel giant cannot use certain phrases to market products: It Can. And It Will. Under Amrour is seeking a declaratory judgment against Battle Fashions Inc., which has ...Read More »
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, ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Los Angeles-based Mount Saint Mary’s University. The California university began using the name in January of this year, according to the lawsuit, which maintains that the change ...Read More »
A South Baltimore Mediterranean restaurant has filed suit against a competitor that recently opened about a mile away, alleging the new eatery is infringing on its trademark and unfairly benefiting from its reputation in the community. Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen, located ...Read More »
(Bloomberg) Steve Madden Ltd., a Long Island City, New York-based producer of footwear, was sued for trademark infringement by a Florida fitness company. The complaint, filed in federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, accused the shoe company of infringing trademarks ...
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