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Sep
24
2018

Not so Original Penguin

No so Original Penguin

7-Eleven is suing menswear brand Original Penguin. The world’s largest convenience store retailer claims Original Penguin has copied its iconic private brands, including SLURPEE, SLURPEE LITE, and BRAINFREEZE on clothing. According to 7-Eleven this constitutes “trademark infringement, dilution and unfair competition”. In its lawsuit, the retailer requested the court to order Original Penguin to stop […]

Jun
3
2015

Seven

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7-Eleven sues York County ‘mom and pop’ business for trademark infringement 7-Eleven, the US convenience store chain, is suing a small ‘mom and pop’ business in York County for trademark infringement and unfair competition. In their lawsuit, 7-Eleven stated that Asfand Khan – owner of Super 7 Food Mart – adopted the name Super-7 and […]

Mar
20
2013

Se7en

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Convenience store giant 7-Eleven is filing two lawsuits against 7-SEVEN stores, claiming they are infringing upon and diluting its trademark. 7-SEVEN stores chose their logo “upon the fame and goodwill” of 7-Eleven, says 7-Eleven. 7-Eleven that operates more than 7,000 stores, is requesting the demolition of 7-SEVEN store labels, signs and other items to which […]