Trademark News & Screw-ups Gringo's Mexican Kitchen Is Suing Another Houston Restaurant For Trademark Infringement

It will be very difficult for them to win a trademark infringement case without a registered trademark, especially since there are other federally registered trademarks GRINGOS & MARIACHIS and GRINGO BBQ. At best, the court will find that Gringo's Mexican Kitchen's trademark can coexist with the federally registered trademarks and HABANERA AND THE GRINGO. At worst, Gringo's Mexican Kitchen will be forced to rebrand by the owners of one of the registered trademarks.

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