Known for its fierce protection of its trademarks, In-N-Out Burger is in court again with a complaint against Grab-N-Go Burger in Maryland for using similar logo colors, trade-dress and menu descriptions as the Irvine, Calif.-based burger chain. The most recent lawsuit, filed last week, contends that the single-unit Grab-N-Go Burger in Aberdeen, Md., uses a red-and-yellow logo similar to In-N-Out’s, as well as a comparable interior color scheme. Grab-N-Go also serves a “wild ...

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