Kim, Khloe and Kourtney go after Michigan restaurant named Kardashian Bakery & Grill as they ‘file paperwork to block trademark’

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are challenging a Michigan restaurant over the use of the famous Kardashian surname.
The social media starlets filed documents to block the Kardashian Bakery & Grill in Taylor, Michigan from trademarking their company logo, according to a story from The Blast Wednesday.
But the restaurant’s co-owner Sandra Kardachian sees no reason for the legal stand-off, telling Page Six ‘It’s my last name. So, I do have the right to trademark my business name.’

Sandra explained that she and husband Hratch Kardachian’s last name is ‘legally [spelt] with a “c”, but traditionally it’s with an “s”‘ which is why their surnames and the business name differ.
But the sister’s team claim that the bakery is simply trying to capitalize on the family’s brand.
Interestingly, the proprietors of the Armenian eatery claim that they’re related to the reality brood.

‘Technically my husband is related to them,’ Sandra said. ‘I don’t think they’re aware of this… My husband’s father is related to their grandpa.’
The bakery and grill opened in March 2017 and serves Armenian pizzas, breads, pita sandwiches and more to the Detroit suburb of 60k people.
Sandra told Page Six that she hoped that both sides could work things out without the courts.

‘I would talk to them,’ the restaurant owner said.
‘Like I said, they’re related to my husband, They’re still family at the end of the day.’
The California Kardashians have until February 2018 to tell the courts why they’re disputing Kardashian Bakery & Grill’s trademark application.
The Kardashian camp did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment.