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NJ Pike and Winery Head to Court over Logo reports, “A small New Jersey winery has filed a lawsuit in Hunterdon County Superior Court seeking a judgement declaring that it has not infringed upon a New Jersey Turnpike Authority trademark. The authority claims that the “What Exit Wines” logo, which the Old York Cellars winery said was created as a symbol of New Jersey […] The post NJ Pike and Winery Head to Court over Logo appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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