Fed-Up Chef Sues Over Menu Infringement

Fed-Up Chef Sues Over Menu Infringement
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Joel Horowitz
  • 28 june 2007


Rebecca Charles, the proprietor and chef of Manhattan’s West Village seafood restaurant, Pearl Oyster Bar, is taking a fellow restaurateur to court over the infringement of intellectual property. She says Ed McFarland of Ed’s Lobster Bar in SoHo, has knocked-off “each and every element” of her restaurant, from interior design elements to actual menu items.

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