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Facebook, Twitter fans could substitute for sales to show secondary meaning, 6th Cir. rules

Kibler v. Hall, No. 15-2516 (6th Cir. Dec. 13, 2016) Lee Jason Kibler, a disc jockey, sued Robert Bryson Hall, II, a rapper, and professional entities supporting Hall’s work for trademark infringement and dilution.  Kibler has performed and released several … Continue reading

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Facebook, Twitter fans could substitute for sales to show secondary meaning, 6th Cir. rules

Kibler v. Hall, No. 15-2516 (6th Cir. Dec. 13, 2016) Lee Jason Kibler, a disc jockey, sued Robert Bryson Hall, II, a rapper, and professional entities supporting Hall’s work for trademark infringement and dilution.  Kibler has performed and released several … Continue reading

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