TTAB rules no likelihood of confusion in Omaha Steak-out
In Omaha Steaks International, Inc v Greater Omaha Packing Co, Inc (Consolidated Opposition 91213527 and Cancellations 92059629 and 92059455 (September 30 2017)), the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) dismissed an opposition to the mark GREATER OMAHA and design (shown below, left), finding the mark unlikely to cause confusion with the registered mark OMAHA STEAKS, which were both registered for meat. However, the TTAB sustained petitions to cancel registrations for the marks shown below (centre and right), finding a likelihood of confusion with the registered marks OMAHA STEAKS and OMAHA STEAKS ANGUS, respectively.
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