Real-Life Copycat Lesson #15: Lumber Company and Medical Marijuana Dispensary Conflict Over Logo

18 September, 2019

Boise Cascade is an Idaho-based lumber company that makes and distributes wood building materials, with a distribution center and 135 employees in Westfield, MA. According to the lumber company, they have been using their “tree-in-a-circle” logo for more than 55 years. They’ve taken issue with New England Treatment Access (NETA), a recreational and medical marijuana dispensary with locations in Brookline and Northampton, MA, for using a similar tree in a circle logo to brand their business.

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