ST. PAUL Minn. When an independent restaurant takes on the world’s largest hamburger chain, as the family-owned Lion’s Tap has done in its trademark infringement lawsuit filed here Friday against McDonald’s Corp., it only could be called a case of David versus Goliath. As it happens, Lion’s Tap has done just that in the formal complaint submitted to U.S. District Court.Not only did Lion’s Tap explicitly state, “This is a case of David vs. Goliath,” but the Eden Prairie, Minn., restaurant ...
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