cheesecake.jpgIPNews® – The owners of the Longhorn Steakhouse chain of restaurants are facing new trademark infringement claims from a Las Vegas casino that shares the name of the restaurant chain’s Golden Nugget fried cheesecake dessert.

The Golden Nugget Las Vegas has been using the name continuously since it opened in 1946, and owns a number of federally registered trademarks for the name in reference to casino, hotel and restaurant services. Longhorn’s use of the name for its dessert is likely to confuse or deceive consumers, the casino alleges. To continue reading, click: Longhorn Steakhouse Sued By Golden Nugget Casino Over Cheesecake Trademarks