If you live in New York City and are a regular straphanger, there's a very good chance you've at least glimpsed Cole Haan's "Subway Stories" ad campaign (whether or not you remember it vividly). This article looks at Cole Haan's campaign from the perspective of the MTA (which operates New York City's subways), and examines whether or not the MTA might have trademark causes of action stemming from these advertisements, and, if so, whether the MTA should take legal action against them.
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Cole Haan’s and the MTA’s subway trademark stories