SAN FRANCISCO — An appeals court in the scrum over the Lucky banner controversy has affirmed a preliminary injunction in favor of Albertsons, lawyers for Albertsons said Monday. The ruling found that a U.S. District Court judge did not abuse his discretion in allowing Albertsons’ claim for injunctive relief and denying Grocery Outlet’s cross-claim for the same relief. Grocery Outlet, Berkley, Calif., opted in 2005 to use the Lucky name on a single store in Rocklin, Calif., after its ...
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