Angie's List, AT&T fight in court over consumer firm's logo

A federal court this month gave a thumbs-down to a lawsuit filed by Angie's List claiming that AT&T Yellow Pages violated trademark laws by publishing ads containing the Angie's List logo of a servicewoman giving a "thumbs-up." But on June 25--two weeks after the court dismissed the suit saying its legal arguments were "meager" and "insubstantial"--the publisher of online and print business directories filed an amended case against AT&T in U.S. District Court.

 

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