L. A. No. 22972
43 Cal. 2d 107; 271 P.2d 857; 1954
In an action for the alleged wrongful use of a trade name, an injunction was properly denied because the junior appropriator's use of the name was in good faith and without intent to capitalize upon the senior appropriator's use of the name.
Carter, Jesse W., "Schwartz v. Slenderella Systems of California, Inc. [DISSENT]" (1954). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 231.