815 Tonawanda Street Corp. v. Fay's Drug Co., Inc.
842 F.2d 643 (2d Cir. 1988)
In this case for Fay's Drugs, we successfully argued that our client was not guilty of trademark infringement because the plaintiff's trademark was merely a personal name and was not protectable in the absence of "secondary meaning."
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