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Monday, May 21, 2012

A Jab In the Ribs (Er, No, Rings)

JibJab, the political parody people, have sued White Castle, the hamburger people, for trademark infringement and unfair competition for using the JibJab name to push a chicken item (the chicken rings, if you're curious). Although White Castle has stopped using the JibJab name in its social media marketing campaign, the suit continues. Complaint here (courtesy of Scribd).

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