Eagles: What's in a Name?
The Eagles have filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a restaurant in Dallas, Tex., called the Hotel California -- which is the same name as the group's 1976 album (which sold 15 million copies) and hit single. "This is a restaurant, not a song. We're not infringing on the rights of Don Henley, Glenn Frey or anyone," the eatery's owner, Bill Arnold, told the Associated Press. The Eagles's lawyer had no comment.
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