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Keith Haring Sues Gin and Tonic For Underwear License With Parallel Case in State Court

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 24 – The Keith Haring Foundation has sued to enforce its / Haring's trademark against Gin & Tonic LLC, which it has previously licensed to use Haring's art on "lounge pants, underwear, socks and robes."  

 On June 24 a proceeding was held before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman. Inner City Press covered it.

  Reference was made to a parallel state case, Gin&Tonic LCC v. Keith Haring Studio, LCC and Artestar, LLC, Index No. 650985/2020 in NYS Supreme Court, New York County.

Judge Freeman asked the parties to consider whether they want to proceed in this way, with two cases.

This one is The Keith Haring Foundation Inc. et al v. Gin&Tonic LLC, 20-cv-1961 (Kaplan / Freeman).


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