The Business Litigation Blog

Chance the Rapper Sues Bootleggers for Copyright Infringement

Grammy award winning performer Chance the Rapper has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit through his company in the Northern District of Illinois Court. The selling of merchandise not authorized by Chance the Rapper is damaging to his brand and will cause Chance to “suffer irreparable harm” at a financial amount that is “presently incalculable.”  

Multiple John Doe’s have been sued because they “have engaged, and will continue to engage, in the unauthorized manufacture, distribution, and sale of Infringing Merchandise” featuring known Chance the Rapper art outside of his shows. He has asked for an injunction to prevent this.

If you have an intellectual property dispute contact the Patterson Law Firm at (312)-223-1699 or Thomas E. Patterson at tpatterson@pattersonlawfirm.com

2 comments for “Chance the Rapper Sues Bootleggers for Copyright Infringement”

  1. Diana posted on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 12:48:18 PM

    Thanks for the outstanding information, it actually is useful.

  2. Bessie posted on Friday, June 16, 2017 at 4:40:29 PM

    This really answered my issue, thank you!

Post a comment

Comments closed

 
Real Time Web Analytics