A federal court in Brooklyn sided with Nike and ruled to stop selling sneakers that were produced by American rapper Lil Nas X in partnership with New York-based company MSCHF, CBC News reported.
Thus, the court satisfied the claim of Nike, which complained about infringement of the rights to use the trademark. The plaintiff also noted that such actions by the MSCHF could damage Nike's reputation.
Rapper Lil Nas X, in collaboration with which the sneakers were created, tried to joke about the lawsuit from Nike and even tweeted memes in this regard.
17:07, May 28Harvey Weinstein could sue over his 'autobiography' written by fellow inmates
15:11, May 28Elizabeth II's bodyguards arrested on suspicion of dealing illegal substances
13:06, May 28Plus-size model Ashley Graham returns to catwalk after giving birth
12:09, May 28What does Kim Kardashian's closet warehouse look like with over 30,000 items?
10:14, May 284th lawyer in a year: another lawyer refused to work with Kanye West
18:01, May 273 people accuse Kevin Spacey of harassment
16:11, May 27Bridgerton star hospitalized for mental problems
15:12, May 27Barcelona court rules to prosecute Shakira
14:12, May 27Britney Spears' father is hiding from singer's lawyers
12:19, May 27Jude Law to star in new series based on "Star Wars" universe
09:01, May 27Depeche Mode keyboardist Andy Fletcher passes away
18:12, May 26'How to Murder Your Husband' author found guilty of murdering husband