Tuesday, April 28, 2009, 6:39 AM

Raymour & Flanigan Sues Retailer For Use Of Name

On April 22, 2009, northeast U.S. retailer Raymour & Flanigan filed an action against Huffman Koos furniture and related entities and individuals alleging that defendants used the famous Raymour & Flanigan. Raymour alleges that defendants hung large banners, sometimes more than 30' in length, across defendants' several store fronts that bore the Raymour & Flanigan name. Apparently, after several demand letters did result in the banners' removal, Raymour sued. The case number is 1:09-cv-3999. Raymour also filed a motion for a preliminary injunction with its complaint. Defendants have yet to respond.


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