Grammy Award-Winning Band The Eagles Sues Hotel California

Hotel CABy Daniel J Goodman

Approximately 1,300 miles from a corner in Winslow, Arizona is a hotel in Todos Santos, B.C.S., Mexico. Its name? Hotel California. One can only assume that it’s a lovely place with plenty of room for all to live it up and enjoy the beautiful Tequila Sunrise Mexico has to offer. But, according to Grammy award-winning band the Eagles, this New Kid in Town is a downright Desperado trademark infringer. On May 1, 2017, the Eagles filed a complaint in the Central District of California for trademark infringement under § 1125(a) of the Lanham Act and for trademark infringement and unfair competition under California common law. Continue reading