10 March 2022TrademarksAlex Baldwin

Redbubble can’t outrun Hells Angels infringement suit

The Australian Federal Court has ruled that e-commerce site Redbubble must face a lawsuit from biker gang Hells Angels for selling unregistered merchandise sporting the gang’s imagery.

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13 June 2018   Video game brand Atari is taking on online retailer Redbubble for selling counterfeit and copyright-infringing products.
3 April 2017   The estate of Vivian Maier, who was a US street photographer, has filed a subpoena against online marketplace Redbubble to identify alleged infringers under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
14 September 2022   Redbubble was found to have infringed Hells Angel’s marks in July | The dispute centres on a trademarked ‘winged death head’ device.