will.i.am will see Pharrell Williams in court because of an ongoing dispute over the use of “I Am” in the latter’s “i am OTHER” brand. No, this situation hasn’t been resolved.
Pharrell Williams isn’t taking any chances with will.i.am‘s attempts to keep all things “I Am” for himself. The N.E.R.D. rapper/singer has sued the Black Eyed Peas frontman in order to keep using his own “i am OTHER” brand.
The Carters have been defeated. Jay-Z and Beyoncé have lost the fight to stop an event planning company in Boston (and anyone else) from using their daughter’s name. Veronica Alexandra has been running Blue Ivy Events since 2009, prompting the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to send a letter to the power couple, denying their petition.
Late last week, Olympic swimmer, and diamond grill wearer, Ryan Lochte filed papers to trademark his “Jeah” catchphrase. But West Coast rap legend MC Eiht isn’t feeling that particular business move, reports TMZ. Eiht tells TMZ he coined the phrase back in 1988 and is insulted to hear Lochte is trying to claim it as […]
Dr. Dre has spent years building up his name and is not letting anyone use it for a come up. Even if they are not trying to. As reported by AllHipHop, lawyers for the legendary beat maker have threatened producer Drew Reyes with a petition of his trademark for using the stage name “DiamondDRE.” After […]