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In a significant move in the ongoing trademark dispute between Supermac’s and fast food giant McDonald’s, Supermac’s has asked the EU regulator to cancel the use of the Big Mac trademark registered by McDonald’s under certain classes. The request has been formally submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) by Supermac’s which has asked that it take effect immediately on the basis that McDonald’s is engaged in trademark bullying.
Supermac’s Managing Director Pat McDonagh travelled to Alicante today to personally deliver to the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) Supermac’s submission in the objection lodged by McDonald’s against the company. The submission follows McDonald’s objection to Supermac’s application to have their company name trademark registered across the EU.
Award-winning Galway telecommunications company, Alcom, has successfully completed a new systems network installation for Supermac’s throughout Ireland.
Supermac’s will host a Halloween party with a difference at its Headford Road restaurant tomorrow.
A woman in her 30s dragged another woman to the ground in Supermac’s due to an ongoing family feud.
45 new jobs for Galway have been created at the newly opened Supermac's restaurant on the Tuam Road. The news is being viewed positively in the Galway area, with both full-time and part-time positions having been filled quickly. Located beside Monaghan Motors at the Tuam Road Roundabout, the restaurant is the 100th Supermac's restaurant to be opened in Ireland. The restaurant also offers a drive thru system, now making meals convenient for motorists throughout the day and night.
Tomorrow (Friday November 26) is the closing date for the inaugural Supermac’s Bright Spark Awards 2011.
Secondary school students are being given a chance to shine with the launch of the first Supermac’s Bright Spark Awards which is seeking to identify the best business minds in Connacht. The entrepreneurial competition is a bid to find some of the best budding business minds and ideas in local schools and the competition is open to all senior cycle students including transition year, fourth year, and Leaving Certificate students.
A fast-food restaurant in the city centre has been told it will no longer be able to open its doors after 1am, after Kilkenny County Council received a High Court injunction ordering it to do so.
Supermac’s has firmly denied any involvement in the row between the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland (BCI) and TV3 regarding alleged illegal product placement in the hit show The Apprentice.