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Entertainment French Dance Duo Justice Taking Legal Action Over Justin Bieber’s New Justice Album

04:10  19 march  2021
04:10  19 march  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

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Grammy-winning French electronic music duo Justice have accused Justin Bieber of illegally infringing on a trademark with the cover design of his new album , Justice , released on Friday. The duo ’s logo is their name with the letter T designed as a crucifix, a design trope that Bieber uses The French group claim that Bieber ’ s management contacted them in April 2020, asking: “We’re trying to track down the designer who did the below logo for Justice . Was hoping you could help point me in the right direction,” but later ceased communication with Justice . Known for their punkish, playful take on

Justice have sent a cease-and-desist notice to Justin Bieber over the album cover to his upcoming LP Justice and its accompanying merchandise, Rolling Stone reports. When Bieber first announced the album last month, many music fans — including our own commenters — noted the artwork’ s similarity to the French dance duo ’ s iconic cross logo. Although Justice ’ s label Ed Banger joked about the resemblance at first, the band has now taken legal action to protect their trademark. “The morning Bieber announced his album , it was pretty tough to miss,” Justice ’ s co-manager Tyler Goldberg of

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Justin Bieber has been issued with a cease-and-desist letter after French electronic group Justice claimed that the singer's new album infringes on their trademark.

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According to Rolling Stone, the dance duo allege that Bieber's Justice album logo, featuring a cross as the T in the word "justice", is “illegal".

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The band trademarked the cross in the word justice in both France and the European Union.

Much of Bieber's album merchandise also features the same cross.

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French electronic duo Justice have sent a cease-and-desist letter to Justin Bieber over the logo used for his upcoming album , Justice , and its accompanying merch, according to Rolling Stone. The group’s management strongly suggested the pop singer ripped off their logo last month. Some of the accompanying merch prominently features a large cross logo on the front similar to the one used on the cover art for Justice ’s 2007 self-titled album , dubbed Cross by fans. Neither Bieber ’ s legal team nor his rep responded to Rolling Stone’s request for comment, but Justice ’s management claims

The French dance band Justice sent a 'cease and desist letter' to Justin Bieber for his logo for his new album called Justice , Rolling Stone reported. Justin 's album is set to be released on Friday, March 19 with merchandise, featuring the title Justice with the T stylized to resemble a crucifix. 'Not only was Bieber ' s team actually aware of Justice 's use of the Mark, they sought to use the same artist to essentially duplicate it for the Album . This is textbook bad faith and willful infringement,' the letter obtained from Rolling Stone said. Legal : The band, which has two Grammys to their name, asked the

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Rolling Stone says the group sent a letter to Bieber warning that the logo was “likely to deceive and confuse consumers".

The publication also shared the cease-and-desist letter, which claimed, “Not only was Bieber’s team actually aware of Justice’s use of the Mark, they sought to use the same artist to essentially duplicate it for the Album. This is textbook bad faith and willful infringement.”

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The letter additionally threatened “immediate legal action and damages including, but not limited to, punitive and injustice relief.”

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