Nirvana sues artist over rights to smiley face TM
Nirvana should lose smiley face TM, claims Marc Jacobs
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A district judge had dismissed a lawsuit accusing Nirvana of infringing the copyright in an illustration of Dante’s ‘Upper Hell’, after determining that the appropriate forum to litigate the copyright complaint brought by a British individual, is the UK.
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