The jury made the decision Friday evening following a weeklong trial that focused on the value of Jordan’s name.
A federal jury at a civil trial in Chicago has begun deliberating on the question: What’s the market value of Michael Jordan’s name?
Closing arguments have been delayed a day in a federal civil trial to decide how much money a grocery-store chain owes former Chicago Bulls star Michael Jordan.
Chicago Bulls icon Michael Jordan took the stand Tuesday in his lawsuit against a now defunct supermarket chain that invoked his named without first asking him.
More than a decade after his retirement, Michael Jordan is still one of the most popular athletes in America.
Dominick’s used Jordan’s name and Bulls jersey number in a 2009 ad without his permission or payment. The trial unfolding at Chicago’s federal courthouse is to determine how much the defendants should pay for the illegal use.
Former Bulls star Michael Jordan could take the stand Wednesday in his lawsuit against a now-defunct grocery store chain, over its unauthorized use of his name and image in a 2009 magazine ad.
Hall of Famer Michael Jordan was trading a basketball court for a federal court on Tuesday, crying foul over a grocery store’s use of his image in a magazine ad.
Superstar Michael Jordan is expected to be in federal court Tuesday morning here in Chicago – where he’s suing the parent company of the now-defunct Dominick’s for running an ad six years ago which used Jordan’s name.
CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports those suburbs decided they’re stronger together than separate.
Now, the local alderman is taking action, CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
Ald. Leslie Hairston (5th), who earlier criticized the Mariano’s grocery store chain for ignoring her ward, has taken the company’s top man on a tour of possible sites to open a new store.
Jewel-Osco is opening five more stores at former Dominick’s locations. WBBM’s Bob Roberts checked out the story in Rogers Park.
It’s the only vacant Dominick’s store left in Chicago, and now people who live nearby are taking matters into their own hands. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
It was devastating news for customers when their Dominick’s store shut down in Ukrainian Village last year. But Tuesday night that store at 2021 West Chicago Avenue, begins a new life as Mariano’s.
The Dominick’s store in far north suburban Bannockburn, which closed its doors this past weekend, will reopen in the next several months as a Heinen’s Fine Foods grocery store.
Dominick’s parent company Safeway Inc. pulled out of the Chicago market late last year.
The independent grocer has purchased four former Dominick’s sites in the northwest suburbs.
Two teenagers are in police custody after they tried to rob an ATM, which turned out to be empty, inside a closed Dominick’s store Thursday morning in Streeterville.
Four Dominick’s stores will be closed for three days next month and re-open under the Jewel name on Jan. 16