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Burger Fight: In-N-Out Sues Smashburger for Trademark Infringement Over Use of “TRIPLE DOUBLE” - Intellectual Property News

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Posted on: Sep 6, 2017

The California burger chain In-N-Out has sued Denver-based Smashburger for trademark infringement claiming that its use of TRIPLE DOUBLE for a burger infringes its DOUBLE DOUBLE, TRIPLE TRIPLE and QUAD QUAD marks for burgers. Click here to read an article form the Los Angeles Times about the case.

This article was written by Matthew Clark, SmithAmundsen LLC. If you would like to write or submit content for the Intellectual Property Section please contact Kim Ferguson at kferguson@indybar.org.

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