Judge rules to keep legal battle involving Gibson in California

A federal judge has ruled the battle over United Kingdom-based John Hornby Skewes & Co.'s use of the Gibson guitar brand name will remain in a California courtroom, reports courthousenews.com. In January, Nashville-based Gibson sued, claiming the British distribution company was selling replicas of various Gibson guitar models to California-based retail stores and Internet customers. The court ruling is a victory of sorts for Gibson, given logistical considerations. Read more here.
    

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