(AP) _ A Vermont folk artist who built a T-shirt business around
the term ``eat more kale'' says he's expecting to learn more about
his legal fight to protect the term in his fight with the fast food
Bo Muller-Moore of Montpelier says he expects his lawyer to
deliver the news to him Monday about a ruling by the U.S. Trademark
office in the case.
The Chick-fil-A restaurant chain has argued Muller-Moore's
T-shirt infringes on its trademarked ``eat mor chikin'' slogan.
The legal battle for the term prompted Vermont Gov. Peter
Shumlin to say in December 2011 the state would do all it could to
help Muller-Moore in his battle with Chick-fil-A.
Muller-Moore says he's is working on a movie about his fight