Hershey is suing this clothing company for trademark infringement. They want to stop the clothing company from using the name "Milkdudz" for their line of apparel that makes breastfeeding easier.
Hershey's says: "The clothier is trying to capitalize on the name recognition of Milk Duds to avoid having to build up its own brand."
Milkdudz co-founder Kiersten Wall says that Hershey has a trademark only for candy, not clothing: "It's not like we'd be right next to them in the candy aisle. We're in boutiques. We're not anywhere close to competing with Hershey's."
What do you think? Is this a case of copyright infringement, or a situation where a big greedy company is stepping on the little guy?
My opinion is that the name "Milk Duds" makes a heck of a lot more sense for clothing ("duds") than candy anyway.