Law360 (November 15, 2018, 6:25 PM EST) -- Popular Texas convenience store chain Buc-ee's and Choke Canyon, a competing store that was found by a federal jury to infringe Buc-ee's beaver logo, agreed Thursday to dismiss the lawsuit, meaning the damages portion of the trial won't take place.
The damages portion of the trial was slated to begin in May 2019, but according to court records the parties attended mediation on Oct. 9 and entered a settlement agreement resolving all outstanding claims. On May 22, jurors found in favor of Buc-ee's on all claims after hearing four days of testimony, agreeing Choke Canyon's logo of a cartoon alligator wearing...
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