The Kardashian sisters discovered the recipe for success.
After learning that the Kardashian Bakery and Grill in Taylor, Michigan, filed paperwork to trademark its logo in October, the famous family with the same name opposed the filing. Since then, the bakery owners have filed for an express abandonment of their trademark application on Feb. 26, according to The Blast.
Hratch Kardachian, one of the owners of the restaurant, told the publication he and the Kardashians came to an agreement but didn’t reveal whether he received monetary compensation. He claims to be a distant relative of the late Robert Kardashian.
Co-owner Sandra Kardachian previously said that she saw nothing wrong with her business using the name.
“Well, it’s my last name. So, I do have the right to trademark my business name,” she said.
Sandra blamed a clerical error years ago to explain the difference in the spelling of her legal name and the restaurant’s name.
“Legally [it’s] with a ‘c,’ but traditionally it’s with an ‘s.’ I didn’t want to change my paperwork through Social Security and stuff when I married my husband,” Sandra said. “But he never changed it on his end. It’s supposed to be with an ‘s.’”