Aircraft Parts Co. Gets Win In Trademark Suit

By Emma Cueto (April 10, 2018, 5:38 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania federal judge granted a win to an airplane parts manufacturer in a trademark dispute with a rival over the use of a common part-labeling system, ruling that the system was not generic and that a valid trademark for it existed.

Turn and Bank Holdings, which acquired the RSA line of fuel injection system parts in 2013, prevailed on its counterclaims against Avco Corp., which had asked the court to allow it to keep using the RSA numbering system for its products, with the court rejecting Avco's competing motion for summary judgment.

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