January 30, 2023

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A Trademark Dispute Is Smoldering Between Two Restaurants Using the Name Campifre

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Two metro restaurants are fanning the flames of a smoldering trademark dispute. Mike Refling, co-owner of Denver’s Colorado Campfire, wants Campfire Evergreen to change its name and stop using an illustration of a campfire in its branding. In Refling’s opinion, the Evergreen spot is violating his trademark for the Colorado Campfire name and logo. Chef Jared Leonard, owner of Campfire Evergreen as well as four other eateries in the metro area, disagrees — and he’s standing firm.

Refling and a business partner opened Hayter’s & Co. at 1920 Blake Street in 2010. In 2015, the spot added a rooftop patio serving Colorado liquor and beer, dubbing it Tap XIV (that’s “fourteen” for those of you who weren’t around when Roman numerals were still in common usage). In January 2018, the…

Amy Antonation

2022-08-08 10:47:00

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