How does someone get to suddenly decide the trademark someone has had for decades on a signature item that is not a common phrase or word, is no longer valid across multiple countries? I don’t care about these businesses themselves but that seems retarded from a general standpoint.
@Richard Cypher, McDonald's wasn't the first to use it, the chain in Ireland was first in that region. McDonald's tried to shut them down and lost.
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Some balance to the force
Burger king is just salty after they did the same thing in australia years ago.
Thats why we have hungry jacks instead of bk
I had a Big Mac before McDonalds took the term;)
Imagine if they now countersued
This, as a European, is actually bollocks. Just saying
Not big mac's what?
How insecure that an international billion dollar company has to fight a smaller company based in one country in which both words are totally different. How bored are they.
I was just in Ireland with my family. We went to one of the Supermacs out there and Im pretty sure the burger is called a mighty mac.
This is like The Idiocy of Corporations: Chapter 2
(Chapter 1 is dedicated to the makers of Candy Crush Saga)