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01/01/2011 02:27 PM ID: 87163 Permalink   

IHOP Drops Case Against Church for Trademark Use

 

The International House of Prayer, IHOP, will not have to face federal trademark infringement charges for using IHOP in ads and newsletters.
The pancake company International House of Pancakes has dismissed the case in L.A. federal court.

The Kansas City, Missouri, church had been using the famous IHOP name and the food chain feared customers might confuse the two.
IHOP, the restauant, is seeking friendlier ways to solve the dispute.

 
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The ultimate friendly resolution to this is for Int House of Pancakes to just let it go.

If one were to confuse a church in Missouri for a breakfast-oriented restaurant, well let that would just be silly.

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  by: shrtnews   01/02/2011 02:48 PM     
 
 
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