Nike, NTer & Sole Collector sued by Former NBA Player

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Saw this today in the NJ Law Journal. I'd like to see what counts this guy has against Sole Collector and Nick.

Here's the shoe

 
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Good. Nike should be sued for all the copyright infringement they market. But then again if everyone were sued for infringement, street wear as a wholewouldn't exist. Not that that matters to me.
 
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NAPOLEAN is gonna get his huh???? WOW KARMA is really a"B" then, I can honestly say im happy to hear that
 
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good...serves "billy" right...karma is a..

sorry for the hate..i had mad respect for this dude "billy hoyle" till he sold out..

last i heard he's not member anymore "NT"
 

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Personally, I think it's about time someone finally stood up to Nike and its horde of spineless marketing copy regurgitators for their unauthorized anduncompensated use of licenses and personalities. It's not a coincidence that each member of an orchestra plays the same tune. Every copycat blog siteruns the same "nickname," tethers the same "inspiration" to otherwise forgettable products to give them a little extra push.

It's a vulgar, disgusting practice that, in my mind, reached its nadir when they tried to associate a hideous pair of AM95s with John Carlos & TommieSmith's heroic medal stand protest at the 1968 Olympic Games. http://niketalk.yuku.com/reply/1187522#reply-1187522

Unlike that nauseating, yet hilariously tacky, Burberry affair, thisis one suit that does fit.
 
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Originally Posted by Method Man




Personally, I think it's about time someone finally stood up to Nike and its horde of spineless marketing copy regurgitators for their unauthorized and uncompensated use of licenses and personalities. It's not a coincidence that each member of an orchestra plays the same tune. Every copycat blog site runs the same "nickname," tethers the same "inspiration" to otherwise forgettable products to give them a little extra push.

It's a vulgar, disgusting practice that, in my mind, reached its nadir when they tried to associate a hideous pair of AM95s with John Carlos & Tommie Smith's heroic medal stand protest at the 1968 Olympic Games. http://niketalk.yuku.com/reply/1187522#reply-1187522

Unlike that nauseating, yet hilariously tacky, Burberry affair, this is one suit that does fit.

My dougie meth going in tonight
 
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