Apple vs. A.pl: Tech company sues online Polish grocer over logo
Sarah Jacobsson Purewal |
Sept. 13, 2012
It looks like Apple is feeling bullish after its recent patent win over Samsung. Polish news site Telepolis reports that the Cupertino-based tech company has set its lawsuit-happy sights on another company over trademark issues. Only this time it's not a global tech company that happens to make an iPhone-like smartphone--it's an online Polish grocery site called A.pl.
A.pl CEO Radoslaw Celinski tells Reuters that the accusation (that his company is using Apple's likeness and reputation) is "ludicrous." However, the company is reportedly looking into Apple's complaint.
At the time of this posting, Apple had not responded to requests for comment.