Burger trademark battle heats up with fresh Large Jack TVC

Burger trademark battle heats up with new Big Jack TVC

Hungry Jack’s is not taking McDonald’s Large Jack trademark lawsuit lying , bringing a TVC that taunts the rival.

McDonald’s started its attack Hungry Jack’s earlier this month, alleging the Large Jack beans has been a breach over the Big Mac trademark and a supportive effort just served to boost comparisons.

However, Hungry Jack’s has dropped back on its reaction at a brand new TV, stating Australians have no problems telling the 2 burgers apart because of the Large Jack’s exceptional ingredients and larger size.


“The Large Jack contains 25percent more Australian steak. Aussies understand you can not acquire smaller pan-fried American hamburgers at our casinos. We fire grill our steak and that is why the burgers are better at Hungry Jack’s,” stated a spokesperson for Hungry Jack’s,” taunts that the voiceover.

“The Large Jack is currently flame-grilled and just accessible at Hungry Jack’s restaurants”

Hungry Jack’s has said it is’bemused’ from the lawsuit.

“Hungry Jack’s is represented from the signature suit filed in the Federal Court,” explained a spokesperson.

“That is no foundation.

“Large Jack is a registered trademark of Hungry Jack’s and it’s clearly evident that clients aren’t confused or misled the Large Jack and Mega Jack hamburgers can only be gotten in Hungry Jack’s.”

If Hungry Jack’s be ineffective in its own defence of this Large Jack the fast-food series is going to need to stop selling the hamburger, and its own upsized comparative the Holy Jack, and ruin all advertising materials across the 2 goods.

The lawsuit following McDonald’s pushing the competition with a need to stop both hamburgers, which has been dismissed by Hungry Jack’s.