Jurors Begin Deliberations In Convenience Store's Logo Row
Law360, Houston (May 21, 2018, 7:14 PM EDT) -- A panel of jurors on Monday in federal court in Houston deliberated for about two hours without deciding whether the popular Texas-based convenience store chain Buc-ee's had presented enough evidence to support its argument that a competitor's cartoon alligator logo was infringing its cartoon beaver logo.
Buc-ee's Ltd. filed the trademark suit in December 2015 against Amjad "John" Panjwani, the owner of a small chain of convenience stores and two barbecue restaurants that operate in San Antonio and South Texas under the name Choke Creek. Buc-ee's claimed Choke Creek's logo — a cartoon alligator wearing a cowboy hat — is too...
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