Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Daliah Saper for its June 18th article about a recent trademark lawsuit filed against a local Chicago restaurant over the name of one of its burgers.
Los Angeles-based Umami Restaurant Group filed a lawsuit earlier this month accusing the local Chicago-based BopNgrill for trademark infringement by serving a menu item called the “Umami burger.”
Daliah explains the challenges associated with trademarking generic and descriptive trademarks. To read the full article, click here.
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