LOS ANGELES (CBS) — What’s in a name? Plenty, especially if it looks just like a world famous burger chain’s.

In-N-Out, headquartered in Baldwin Park, is suing Grab-N-Go Burger in Aberdeen, Maryland for copyright infringement.

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The Grab-N-Go logo features the same red letters and a similar yellow accent as the west coast legend. In-N-Out also alleges that the restaurant’s menu features red checkerboard designs, similar to their own.

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“We will always vigorously defend our trademarks against any and call copycats but, as in every case, we also look for friendly resolutions with all parties,” In-N-Out attorney Arnie Wensinger told the OC Register Wednesday.

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The recent lawsuit is not In-N-Out’s first stab at protecting their logo. The company sued four other burger stands across the U.S. since 2000 and won.