Doniger / Burroughs Launches Copyright Suit against Target and Wrangler

Venice, CA – Target and Wrangler have been marketing a shirt bearing a distinctive, eye-catching graphic artwork. The problem? Said artwork was taken – verbatim – from copyright holder Jamey Erickson. The infringer then slapped some “trendy” text (omitting vowels is so very hip) and a Wrangler trademark over the key art and started selling to the market. Did they think Mr. Erickson wouldn’t notice? Below is the design comparison:








The case is currently pending in the U.S. District Court – Central Division of Los Angeles. Scott Alan Burroughs and Trevor W. Barrett of Doniger / Burroughs represent the copyright holder. For further information, contact Grace Garcia at (310) 590-1820.

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    Doniger / Burroughs is California’s premier fashion, art, entertainment, and technology law boutique. The firm has resolved more than 1,000 disputes over the almost 20 years it has been in existence, and has represented all manner of individuals and businesses in the creative industries. Its lawyers have extensive state and federal court experience, and hail from well-regarded law schools. The firm has been on the forefront of cutting-edge copyright law, appearing often before judges, juries, and the Courts of Appeal. It has tried more copyright infringement cases than virtually any other firm over the last 5-10 years, and has obtained for its clients numerous six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements.

    The firm is committed to representing artists and content creators, and enforcing intellectual property rights. It has litigated successfully against many of the nation’s largest retailers, film and television studios, web sites, and news organizations. Its partners speak and write often on art and copyright law issues, and devote significant time and resources to ensuring a level playing field for those responsible for the creation of art and content.