Represented Harley-Davidson Motor Company in winning a reversal in the United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. The Court held that Harley-Davidson’s lawsuit against use of HOGS ON THE HIGH SEAS was not barred by previous rulings finding HOG generic for large motorcycles, and remanded the case for trial. The case was later settled favorably for our client. H-D Michigan, Inc. v. Top Quality Service, Inc., No. 04-C-0533, 2006 WL 2547083 (E.D. Wis. Aug. 31, 2006), rev'd, 496 F.3d 755 (7th Cir. 2007).

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Trademark litigation for multinational Fortune 100 mail, package, and freight delivery corporation
The firm represented a multinational Fortune 100 mail, package, and freight delivery corporation in a trademark infringement matter. The more
Food safety disclosure requirements in connection with initial public offering of major doughnut manufacturer
Counseled major doughnut manufacturer on food safety disclosure requirements in connection with initial public offering. more
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The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of third party defendant, Achieve Bank N.A., and successfully argued the first reported case before the more
Race discrimination defense of Fortune 100 pharmacy retailer
Successfully defended a Fortune 100 pharmacy retailer against a lawsuit brought by a former employee alleging race discrimination, more