Phish, Inc. v. Knighthood Tees

Ruling on Motion for Preliminary Injunction

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District Court Judge Murtha's Order denying Phish's Motion for Preliminary Injunction except as to use of the registered mark PHISH, which defendants had previously, voluntarily agreed to forego using.

The exhibits to the PI papers are amusing, and include a picture of the band in concert wearing one of defendants' allegedly infringing t-shirts.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 2nd Circuit, Vermont | United States


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