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As of March 1, visitors to Yosemite National Park could no longer stay at the Ahwahnee Hotel or the Wawona Hotel or visit Curry Village or Badger Pass. That’s because the National Park Service changed the names due to a trademark dispute with DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite, Inc., the former concessionaire from the park. How did this happen?
Join Jennifer Atkins and Kandis Koustenis in this podcast as they discuss the dispute and the issues of trademark law it highlights both for the Park Service and for your business.
(Photo credit: Christopher Michel)