Auto Parts Co. Looks To Streamline TM Clash With Gov’t

Law360 (January 31, 2019, 9:11 PM EST) -- An auto parts supplier that is accusing the government of illegally seizing its imported repair grilles under the guise of trademark violations asked a Delaware federal court Thursday to combine its suit with two related cases filed elsewhere by the government.

LKQ Corp. had filed suit against the government in February 2018 over U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s seizure of its repair grilles, claiming that the agency had wrongly determined that the grilles were counterfeits and violated trademarks held by Chrysler and other automakers.

Months later, the government fired back with two lawsuits of its own against LKQ, first in the...

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