Corn Dog Owners' Relatives In Contempt For Ongoing TM Use

Law360 (February 10, 2020, 5:24 PM EST) -- Estranged relatives of the owners of the famous Texas corn dog stand Fletcher's have been found in contempt of court after they used just a single strip of duct tape to cross out the family brand name on signage on their competing business during an ongoing trademark fight.

Siding with Fletcher's Original State Fair Corny Dogs, a judge ruled Friday that Victoria Fletcher and her daughter violated a Jan. 17 preliminary injunction requiring them to immediately stop using "Fletcher's," "Fletch" or "Eat Fletch" in promotion of their competing corn dog business.

The judge found the duo had used duct tape to...

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