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Thursday, January 13, 2005

Kid Rock wins Top Dog action

Kid_rock Two men who claim that they had a 1989 contract with rap musician Kid Rock that gave them the rights to the "Top Dog" trademark saw their claim dismissed because they waited too long to pursue it.

Alvin Williams and Earl Blunt of EB-Bran Productions, Inc., claimed that they had acquired the rights to the trademark and had entered into a partnership with the Kid (left). But the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court decision that even if the agreement were valid, EB-Bran had waited more than ten years to make its claim.

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