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May 27, 2016

Trademark Attorney Pete Kunin Quoted in Burlington Free Press

Trademark Infringement Lawsuit in Beer Industry

Trademark attorney Peter Kunin quoted in trademark infringement lawsuit story.

Otter Creek Brewing, owner of The Shed Brewery, has filed suit against Oregon-based GoodLife Brewing Co. for trademark infringement for using the Shed name for one of its beers. Commenting on the case and the topic of trademark infringement, DRM trademark attorney Peter Kunin addresses what GoodLife could have done differently to avoid having infringed on an already-trademarked name. To read more about this case and what Peter Kunin had to say, read the full Burlington Free Press article.


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