Jimi Hendrix Legacy Case Highlights Murkiness of Pot Trademark Disputes
By Hilary Corrigan
Jul 29, 2020
Jul 29, 2020
A federal court has ordered Jimi Hendrix’s brother to pay more than $400,000 over use of the late rock legend’s trademarks in selling goods, including cannabis products.The July 24 order from U.S. District Judge Paul Engelmayer from U.S. District Court’s...
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