(Bloomberg) -- A U.S. judge said he’s likely to dismiss claims by the Girl Scouts that the Boy Scouts of America are infringing its trademarks by using the words “scouts” and “scouting” to recruit girls now that the group is coed.
U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein Wednesday told lawyers his “tentative” ruling is that the claims by the Girl Scouts of the United States of America can’t go forward to trial.
The judge didn’t say when he’ll issue a formal ruling in the case.
©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
BNN Bloomberg Picks
Low fee candy from discount brokers could rot your portfolio
WeWork to start trading in October, two years after IPO crash
Across Canada, vaccine passports are a patchwork. Here's what that looks like
World’s wealthiest families gained US$312B over past year
Americans see worst buying conditions in decades on high prices
Climate change may halve sugar and coffee output by 2099