Verizon SuperPages Wins Case vs. Yellow Book

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NEW YORK A federal court has ruled that Yellow Book USA “made false statements of fact claiming greater use of its [telephone] directories as compared to Verizon’s SuperPages.”

Judge Jack B. Weinstein of the U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, N.Y., found that Yellow Book “violated the Lanham Act by falsely claiming, as to national and some specific geographic areas, that the usage of Yellow Book’s [directories] was substantially greater than it actually was, as compared to the usage of Verizon’s SuperPages.”

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