Jay Z Facing Lawsuit Over Using Roc Nation Logo On MLB Merchandise
(AllHipHop News) Jay Z’s Roc Nation is being sued for using the company’s logo on Major League Baseball merchandise.
TMZ reports documents filed by Iconix Brand Group claim the brand management company paid $204 million for the RN logo.
Apparently, Iconix took issue with Roc Nation’s supposedly unapproved MLB hats, shirts, and hoodies sporting the image.
The New York-based business is reportedly seeking at least $10 million and other damages from Jay, Roc Nation, MLB, New Era, Lids, and the San Francisco Giants.
According to its website, Iconix has over 1,100 licenses with brands such as Ecko Unlimited, Ed Hardy, Rocawear, Starter, and Zoo York.
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