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November 21, 2012 11:26 AM

Trademark expiration a symbolic end to Firehouse Subs lawsuit against Myrtle Beach area eatery

Firehouse Subs’ trademark on the word “firehouse” expired Wednesday and will not be renewed under a court-approved settlement agreement, bringing a symbolic end to a long-running legal battle between the national fast food restaurant chain and the former Horry County firefighter who owns Calli Baker’s Firehouse Bar & Grill near Briarcliffe Acres.

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