Trademark News & Screw-ups " In-N-Out Burger Is Suing Australian Burger Spot Down N' Out Over Its Name"

This dispute will boil down to whether In-N-Out Burger has built enough of a reputation IN AUSTRALIA without running a regular restaurant there. If they fail to prove it, then Down N' Out is right, they don't need a license. If they do prove it, then Down N' Out is in trouble. Now, it's heavy artillery time: experts, surveys, and reports on both sides will consume hundreds of billable hours and tens of thousands of dollars. We'll see where it ends. Just a reminder, Burger King could not defend their rights in Australia and is known there as Hungry Jack's.

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