A fictional TV law firm can continue to use the catch phrase “what’s your problem?” to market itself despite complaints of trademark infringement from the creator of a Manhattan cable access show.

Southern District of New York Judge George B. Daniels granted a request by the network, ABC, to dismiss the woman’s lawsuit challenging the use of the phrase to promote “Boston Legal,” which depicts the activities of the firm “Crane Poole & Schmidt.”

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