(Reuters) – Guns N’ Roses has settled a lawsuit in which it accused the Colorado brewery Oskar Blues of trademark infringement for selling Guns ‘N’ Rosé ale and merchandise without permission.
According to a Monday court filing by the rock band’s lawyers, both sides agreed in principle to settle on July 31, and are working on a written settlement that would lead to the lawsuit’s dismissal.
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Guns N’ Roses, whose general partners include singer Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan, accused Oskar Blues on May 9 of deliberately trading off its fame and goodwill by selling Guns ‘N’ Rosé, starting in early 2018.
It also objected to the sale of related T-shirts, stickers, buttons and bandannas, saying Oskar Blues confused beer drinkers into thinking Guns N’ Roses and...
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