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FDNY Gets Split Decision in Trademark Suit

A federal court has upheld in part and denied in part a trademark infringement suit brought by the City of New York against a vendor who refused to stop selling FDNY and NYPD t-shirts and memorabilia. The city sued Blue Rage, Inc. doing business as The Cop Shop alleging it sold “a wide variety of unlicensed, infringing merchandise bearing the NYPD and FDNY Trademarks.”

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IAFF Sues for Trademark Infringement

It is not often that we have the opportunity to discuss trademark law here at Fire Law Blog, but a lawsuit filed earlier this year by the International Association of Fire Fighters alleges trademark infringement as well as a variety of related claims. The IAFF filed suit last month against Rescue Tees.com, LLC and its owner, Theresa Meyer, alleging trademark infringement...

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