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Intellectual Property – Trademark Infringement – Kitchen Cabinetry (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court says plaintiff cabinet manufacturer may sue defendants for infringement of its “Grove” mark that plaintiff plans to use in connection with manufacture of “Cherry Grove” kitchen and bathroom cabinets, that defendant La-Z-Boy has claimed infringes on its use of “Cherry Grove” in the manufacture and marketing of a line of ...

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