Z-Burger Case Shows Value of Trademark Protection

It also demonstrates the value of having a written, executed partnership agreement.

Also, note here that Mr. Tabibian federally registered the Z-BURGER trademarks in his own name. While this may have won him the first round in his battle to own those trademarks, placing the goodwill of a hamburger chain in one’s own personal name may not be such a great idea. See http://nyti.ms/1QcrISB

For the Z-Burger case, see the October 28th piece from the New York Times at http://nyti.ms/1kRykwa

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