LOS ANGELES A district judge here on Monday denied a request for a preliminary injunction filed by Wolfgang Puck in a dispute over use of the name “Wolfgang’s Steakhouse” by an eatery in Beverly Hills, Calif., but a spokesman for Puck vowed they would push forward with the lawsuit. In May, Puck sued New York operator Wolfgang Zwiener after the opening of a Zwiener-owned Wolfgang’s Steakhouse a few blocks from Puck’s flagship Spago location and his own steakhouse, called Cut. The ...
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