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Written by attorney Melinda Garcia | Mar 13, 2015

Trademark Lawsuit Claims Company has No Rights to Name

A trademark lawsuit filed against Julian Hard Cider in California claims that the company has no rights to its name because the drink is neither made in the apple picking town nor uses the town’s apples in its product.

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