Dank of Oklahoma drops name after trademark infringement lawsuit from Bank of Oklahoma

March 13 2020 Tulsa world reported….

A Tulsa-area dispensary faces a federal lawsuit from Bank of Oklahoma alleging trademark infringement.

In a Wednesday filing in the Northern District of Oklahoma, the bank accused Dank of Oklahoma, a dispensary in the 6500 block of East 21st Street, of co-opting Bank of Oklahoma’s logo and font for its brand.

Dank of Oklahoma’s green hexagon logo with a marijuana leaf, font, and the slogan “What’s in your dank account?” were “clearly intended to evoke the services offered” by BOK, according to the filing.

Source: https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/dank-of-oklahoma-faces-trademark-infringement-lawsuit-from-bank-of-oklahoma/article_b5443263-1162-578d-9a3e-b9d2b0b05d08.html

Law360 report today…

Pot Shop ‘Dank Of Oklahoma‘ Drops Name To End TM Fight. Law360 (June 9, 2020, 4:27 PM EDT) — A Tulsa-area medical marijuana dispensary agreed Tuesday to drop the name Dank of Oklahoma to resolve a trademark infringement suit by Bank of Oklahoma, which claimed the moniker tarnished its good name and confused consumers

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