Buc-ee's Says Rival's Proposed TM Injunction Too Weak
Law360 (June 19, 2018, 3:31 PM EDT) -- Popular Texas-based convenience store chain Buc-ee's Ltd. has told a federal judge that despite losing a logo trademark infringement trial last month, competitor Choke Canyon has proposed an injunction that would let it keep using a black-and-white version of its offending logo.
In a Monday request to Texas' U.S. District Judge Keith P. Ellison for an injunction in line with the jury verdict, Buc-ee's argued that Choke Canyon and its owner, Amjad “John” Panjwani, “refuse to accept the verdict” despite Buc-ee's willingness to be flexible about the form of the injunction.
Jurors had found in favor of Buc-ee's on all claims after...
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