Alaska Supreme Court Oral Arguments

Aldeman v. Iditarod Properties, Inc.The Aldemans and Guestours agreed to pay Iditarod a percentage of revenue as rent for using Iditarod’s facility to sell trolley tickets. Guestours stopped using Iditarod’s facility and began to use the name, Fourth Avenue Theatre Trolleys, a name owned by Iditarod. Iditarod sued for trade name infringement, and a jury found in favor of Iditarod, including a claim for unpaid rent. The Supreme court upheld the jury’s verdict for infringement but reversed the rent award. After a second trial, the court awarded Iditarod its unpaid rent and enhanced attorney’s fees. Guestours asks the Supreme Court to vacate these awards.
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