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August 15, 2010

A prophylactic lawsuit?

I can't find any news about the judge's decision on this one.

AEG Live sues concert bootleggers before they bootleg

Just because the Mile High Music Festival this weekend in Denver hasn't happened yet, and just because the bootleggers haven't yet set up shop, doesn't mean that hundreds of individuals haven't already been sued.

AEG Live has jumped on a growing legal trend in the concert world by filing a trademark infringement claim against hundreds of John Does and Jane Does. According to AEG's new complaint, "only the plaintiff has the right to sell merchandise bearing the Festival Trademarks at and near the Festival."

Hat tip Paul B.

Posted by joke du jour at August 15, 2010 07:33 AM

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