SAN FRANCISCO - The battle for Lucky has been joined in Northern California. The question now is, who will be enjoined from using the Lucky name going forward? On one side of the dispute is Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons, which reintroduced the Lucky banner two weeks ago - as part of a newspaper and radio campaign and on its website - a day after a federal judge refused to issue a temporary restraining order against Grocery Outlet for using the Lucky logo on a store, ruling that Albertsons ...

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