Stellar announced lawsuit settlement
| July 27, 2011 |
Stellar Industries announced a settlement of its trade dress claims against Summit Truck Bodies. Summit has agreed to change certain aesthetic aspects of the design of its cranes going forward, and to change handles and rivet patterns on its drawer sets in exchange for Stellar’s dismissal of the lawsuit.
David Zrostlik, Stellar Industries president, said, “Helping consumers recognize the source of a product based on its appearance is beneficial to the consumer and to the companies that produce those products.” He continued, “We believe our trade dress and trademarks to be valuable means for consumers to identify the high quality of products they’ve come to expect from Stellar. This settlement resolution will benefit our customers by allowing them to continue to distinguish our products from others in the marketplace.”
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