Trademark expiration a symbolic end to Firehouse Subs lawsuit against Myrtle Beach area eatery
There are 5 comments on the Myrtle Beach Online story from Nov 21, 2012, titled Trademark expiration a symbolic end to Firehouse Subs lawsuit against Myrtle Beach area eatery. In it, Myrtle Beach Online reports that:
Firehouse Subs' trademark on the word "firehouse" expired Wednesday and will not be renewed under a court-approved settlement agreement, bringing a symbolic end to a long-running legal battle between the national fast food restaurant chain and the former Horry County firefighter who owns Calli Baker's Firehouse Bar & Grill near Briarcliffe Acres.
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#1 Nov 21, 2012
I just ran a google on restaurants with the name firehouse in it. Search came up with 2 1/2 million pages of such. How could this law suit become so involved. DON'T EAT AT FIREHOUSE SUBS. Ridiculous!
#2 Jan 14, 2013
Nevermind your NAME!, How about making a better sub?...While you're at it, how about using a real sub roll, instead of a hot dog bun.
#3 Jan 12, 2016
The latest news....in 2016
#4 Jan 22, 2016
wtf you talking about a small sub 10 inches long and they make great subs
#5 Feb 12, 2016
***Feb 2016 NEWS UPDATE: Cheaters never prosper.
Shame on you Firehouse Subs, Co-Founders, Chris Sorensen and Robin Sorensen.
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