DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group says it will appeal a judge’s pretrial ruling last month that denied the auto maker’s bid for an injunction preventing General Motors Corp. from selling Hummer H2 SUVs with 7-slotted grilles similar to those on Jeep models. Robert L. Miller Jr., a U.S. District judge in South Bend, IN, said in his ruling that he doesn’t think Chrysler has a chance of proving that the Hummer grille infringes on its trademarked Jeep grilles and that consumers will not be ...

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