MONTPELIER (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 giant Chick-fil-A.

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 with Chick-fil-A.