ROAM Fitness, which opened a fitness center for travelers in 2017 at the Baltimore International Airport, sued Worcester resident Dianne Lesage, who runs a company called the 201cRoam Team 201d that connects hotel guests with personal trainers, accusing Lesage of trademark infringement and false designation of origin. ROAM Fitness, who plans to expand to other airports in the country, obtained a federal registration for ROAM FITNESS for health club services in June 2017. ROAM Fitness says that Lesage approached them about a potential partnership between the two companies, which led to the discovery of the extensive use of 201cRoam Team 201d on Lesage 2019s website. After several requests to have Lesage change the name of her business, ROAM Fitness filed suit.
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