There’s been a lot of talk on blogs and in the media on the recent decision by the Southern District of New York in a case involving a Las Vegas burger joint and a New York deli’s dispute over sandwich names that pay tribute to their cardiac side effects (the TRIPLE BYPASS BURGER and the INSTANT HEART ATTACK SANDWICH, respectively).

Applying the likelihood of confusion factors, the court held that the New York deli can continue using its name.  Tim Buker and Ron Coleman offer some nice analysis of this case at their blogs.

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