A federal court judge in South Bend, IN, denies a preliminary injunction by DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group for General Motors Corp. to stop using the 7-slotted Hummer grille on its new H2 model. Chrysler contends the grille too closely resembles that of its Jeep models and will confuse buyers. GM says “the decision reinforces our position that the 7-slot grille does not conflict with any legitimate Jeep grille trademark rights of DaimlerChrysler.” GM says it plans on launching the H2, ...

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