Trademark News & Screw-ups Manchester street food trader Oh My Glaze in trademark row with Krispy Kreme

Blatant trademark infringement cases against a company with very deep pockets are a dream come true for plaintiffs looking for a lawyer who'd take their case on a contingency basis. Meaning the lawyer only gets paid a chunk of what the lawyer manages to squeeze out of the defendant's deep pockets. The better the case and the deeper the pockets, the longer the lineup of lawyers will be who will be thrilled to take this case. We know Krispy Kreme has deep pockets. So either the food trader's case is not that good, or the food trader has not been looking hard enough for contingency-basis lawyers.

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