In-N-Out gave Squillace until Aug. 5 to make changes.Trademark infringement? Or coincidence?
Squillace, whose wife had died three days earlier, was befuddled and angry.
"This goliath company just wants to pop our bubble and take all our dreams and smash 'em," Squillace said.
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