The Opus Corporation, a national real estate development company based in Minneapolis, is suing developer The Clarett Group, LLC, for trademark infringement. According to the company, Clarett has ignored repeated calls to stop using the Opus trade name in its advertising and marketing efforts to sell Opus Condominiums, a 20-story residential condominium located on New York City’s Upper West Side. The lawsuit was filed in November in U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York.
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