Lexington Furniture Industries, Inc. v. The Bob Timberlake Collection, Inc., July 25, 2008 (Tennille)(unpublished)

The Business Court overruled an objection to its mandatory jurisdiction over a Complaint alleging breach of a trademark license agreement.  It held "this case involves both the right to use trademarks and the right to use designs previously sold under the trademarked names at issue. It involves issues which fall within the mandatory issues supporting assignment to the Business Court."

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