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Washington DC Z Burger Payam (“Peter”) Tabibian opened the fast food chain in 2008 and it quickly made a name for itself as one of the metro area’s most popular small restaurants. When a legal dispute arose between founder Tabibian and two former business partners in 2014 over, among other things, the right to use the Washington DC Z Burger chain trademarks. Dig into how Tabibian’s foresight to the importance of registering Federal trademarks for his business ultimately paid off, both in resolving his legal dispute and in the marketplace.