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Winthrop & Weinstine Trademark Case Featured in Star Tribune

The following appears in the July 21, 2008, edition of the Star Tribune.

Attorneys for Winthrop & Weinstine recently convinced Monster Cable that a product called “Monster Deer Block” would not cause confusion in the marketplace with its cable products.
 
There is a considerable difference, Winthrop attorneys argued, between a flavored salt and mineral lick designed to attract wild deer and Monster Cable's electric cable and connectors for wiring household electronics. California-based Monster Cable withdrew its trademark challenge after the Minneapolis attorneys filed a dismissal motion on behalf of Denco, an ethanol producer in Morris, Minn., that has been selling Monster Deer Block since 2005.

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