Friday, December 12, 2014

Chick-fil-A attempt to bully T-shirt maker backfires after VT gov. and U of NH law students get involved

Chick-fil-A's ridiculous attempt to bully a T-Shirt maker with cease-and-desist orders after he tried to trademark the correctly-spelled phrase "EAT MORE KALE" ended Friday after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted his application, not buying Chick-fil-A's claim that "EAT MORE KALE" could be confused with the fast food behemoth's slogan, "eat mor chikin."
     Vermont folk artist Bo Muller-Moore had state officials, Governor Peter Shumlin and a posse of pro bono lawyers on his side, including students from a University of New Hampshire law school legal clinic.

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