Puerto Rico's Banco Popular N.A. has been ordered to pull its south Florida advertising because of a trademark dispute with a local community bank.

A U.S. District Court judge in Miami has granted a preliminary injunction requested by Popular Bank of Florida, Coral Gables. Popular Bank, with $358 million of assets, is suing the San Juan-based banking company for infringing on its name.

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