Appeal from an award of summary judgment in favor of defendants on claims of trademark infringement, unfair competition, and false advertising in connection with defendants’ use of a mark for restaurant services that plaintiffs had stopped using in the United States for more than three years but that they assert nevertheless qualifies for protection as a “famous mark” based on continuing international use.
Decision affirmed in part; reserved in part pending the response of the New York Court of Appeals to certified questions of state law.
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