T-Mobile Hits AT&T with Lawsuit Over Aio's Use of Magenta
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of course they should sue...
T-mobile is a horrible brand and AT&T would never want anything to do with that trash and filth. If the buyout would have ...
I have a lawsuit of my own. I would like to sue everyone who gets the same hair cut as me. I have been using this hair cut since 94 on the grounds that it may create initial interest and confusion with others.
You cannot trade mark a color.
It's not even the same color, you twerps