Ninth Circuit rules coffee company must pay Bob Marley’s family $2.4m
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The heirs to reggae singer Bob Marley’s estate have won an appeal in a long-fought intellectual property battle, meaning they can now stop a t-shirt maker from using the late star’s likeness without their permission.
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