Stephen A. Loney Jr. and Jason M. Russell of Hogan Lovells have stepped in to defend Jaguar Land Rover in a pending trademark lawsuit brought by U.K.-based Ineos Automotive. The case, filed by Robinson Miller LLC and Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, accuses Jaguar Land Rover of using trademark and trade dress claims to interfere with the planned launch of Ineos’ Grenadier model, a 4×4 off-road vehicle. The suit, filed June 30 in New Jersey District Court, seeks a court order declaring the defendant’s trade tress rights invalid and unenforceable and an injunction blocking the assertion of claims in connection with the importation and sale of the Ineos Grenadier. The case, assigned to U.S. District Judge Claire C. Cecchi, is 2:21-cv-13174, INEOS Automotive Limited v. Jaguar Land Rover Limited et al.

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