Trademark News & Screw-ups Rovio sues California chicken restaurant over Angry Birds trademark

If you intentionally draw parallels between your business and a seemingly unrelated business with a similar brand, you are helping the other side build a case of deliberate trademark infringement. The restaurant owners must have thought that it was a great idea to use a famous brand to attract customers. They're about to find out what being sued by someone with deep pockets feels like. Spoiler alert: they will not enjoy it.

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