More On The In-N-Out Lawsuit Against Maryland Grab-N-Go Burger

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 1, 2011
Remember the story on the Maryland mom-n-pop burger joint called Grab-N-Go we reported about a few weeks ago? The one being sued by In-N-Out for infringement? It's been going around the Internets that they told The Reg they had no idea what...
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