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Hamamoto, F.3d — Brought to you by Free Law Project, Mark J. Bennett, Attorney General of Hawaii, and Dorothy Sellers, Hawaii. US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana - F. Supp. . On February 3, , KFC's General Counsel, Michael J. McGraw ("McGraw"), sent a. Sheafe, Robrrt Satuibury, John Sargent, James Sperling, Peter Theobald, Harry Henry Savage, Esq; — — f Giles Rooke, Esq; — J Peter Du Cane, jun. □j" Laurence Sulivan, Esq; •— — 6c4 Us the above, the 12 without any mark.

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Using any other spice formula, process or recipe would be a serious violation of J-Mark J-620F franchise agreements and a matter of grave concern J-Mark J-620F KFC is our desire to vigorously protect our trademarks, trade secrets and standards of national uniformity and quality in the preparation and sale of Kentucky Fried Chicken.

I well J-Mark J-620F that it is not your desire to interfere in any way with our contractual relationships with our franchisees and I solicit your continued cooperation in that regard. This is of course well within J-Mark J-620F boundaries of business ethics which I believe, after my conversation with you, you have practiced these many years. The telegram reads in its entirety as follows: This comes as quite a surprise since we have raised this issue with you in the past and received assurances that you would not make such sales.

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As you were advised in March,an essential element of our contractual relationship with our franchisees is that they use only seasoning prepared from the formula, process and recipe which are the exclusive property J-Mark J-620F KFC. Your continued sale of Marion-Kay's seasoning product constitutes J-Mark J-620F intentional interference with our contractual relationship with our franchisees. It also has a substantial impact on KFC's right and obligation to control the quality of products sold under our trademarks.

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We must again insist that you immediately discontinue supplying any Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisees with Marion-Kay's seasoning product. Because of the importance of this matter to KFC and the Kentucky Fried Chicken system, we ask that J-Mark J-620F give us your prompt written assurance that you will J-Mark J-620F with this request.

That telegram reads in full text as follows: When I sent you the February 3 telegram I had hoped your sale of seasoning to our franchisee in Buffalo and Kansas was just an isolated incident. With this new information we are even more concerned with the impact on the Kentucky Fried J-Mark J-620F system of your J-Mark J-620F sale of seasoning to our franchisees.

We are particularly concerned that our franchisees are purchasing Marion-Kay seasoning based on your representations that it will produce Kentucky Fried Chicken. If our information is not correct, I am sure you will let me know. J-Mark J-620F

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Otherwise, we will assume that you are supplying as many as Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets with Marion-Kay seasoning blend despite our previous warnings. In a letter dated February 21,McGraw again made known KFC's continuing objection to the sale of Marion-Kay seasoning to KFC franchisees and stated that Summers' actions constituted intentional interference with KFC's contractual relationship with its franchisees: I am disappointed that you have elected to ignore my telegrams of February 3 and February Your failure to respond is further evidence that your J-Mark J-620F of seasoning to our franchisees is designed to intentionally interfere with J-Mark J-620F contractual relationship with those franchisees.

Such a wanton disregard for the concerns we have expressed will only lead to further damage to KFC and the KFC J-Mark J-620F.

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Very truly yours, Michael J. This request was rejected by KFC by letter dated February 22, Any conclusion of law stated below, to the extent that it constitutes a finding of fact, is herein incorporated by reference as an J-Mark J-620F finding of fact by the Court. Conclusions of Law 1.

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  • KFC Corp. v. Marion-Kay Co., Inc., F. Supp. (S.D. Ind. ) :: Justia
  • Cardwell v. Investor's Analysis, Inc., 620 F. Supp. 1395 (D.D.C. 1985)
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  • KFC Corp. v. Marion-Kay Co., Inc., 620 F. Supp. 1160 (S.D. Ind. 1985)

This Court has jurisdiction over the complaint pursuant J-Mark J-620F 28 U. The Court has jurisdiction over Marion-Kay's counterclaim and third-party complaint pursuant to 28 U. Marion-Kay's counterclaim and third-party complaint for damages are not time-barred by the four-year statute of limitations J-Mark J-620F in Section 4B of the Clayton Act, 15 U.

J-Mark J-620F allegedly unlawful activity falls within the "continuing violation" exception to the general rule under Section 4B that an action accrues at the time of the initial violation, and thus Marion-Kay J-Mark J-620F lawfully challenge KFC's activities with regard to the sale and distribution of KFC Seasoning. See National Souvenir Center v. Marion-Kay's claims for injunctive relief are not time barred by the doctrine of laches for the reason that KFC maintained an exclusive and continuous contractual J-Mark J-620F with Sexton J-Mark J-620F Stange for the sale and distribution of KFC Seasoning.

Because KFC's allegedly unlawful activity was ongoing, Marion-Kay did not delay in bringing its counterclaim.

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In a situation involving the sale of franchise items, there can be no unlawful tying arrangement absent some proof that there has been a sale of two separate products. J-Mark J-620F Ice J-Mark J-620F Co. See also Times-Picayune Publishing Co. In a situation where the "tied products" are commonplace articles, such as paper products, See, e.

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