After almost a yr in courtroom, Beyoncé prevailed n a authorized battle in opposition to Mike Lin, the proprietor of 42/72 Inc., who was making an attempt to trademark the title, “Poison Ivy Park.” The singer claimed the title was too shut to “Ivy Park,” the title of her activewear model.
In accordance to The Blast, Lin filed paperwork to trademark the three-letter title on the exact same day the music icon launched her clothes line. Beyoncé’s authorized crew mentioned the small enterprise proprietor would revenue off of her title and years of labor if he was allowed to use “Poison Ivy Park” as a model title. It was asserted that customers could be misled due to the similarity of the names and thus Lin could be making gross sales primarily based on Bey’s worldwide stardom.
The Trademark Board reportedly dominated in Beyoncé’s favor as a result of Lin by no means responded to the movement.
IVY PARK was co-founded by the Grammy Award-winning singer and the style retailer, Topshop, in 2016.