Kelley Drye’s Efforts in Marc Jacobs Suit Detailed in Law360

Kelley Drye’s Michael Zinna, Whitney Smith, Stephanie Carroll and Andrew Homer were mentioned in a Law360 article detailing their work for client Marc Jacobs in the ongoing legal action against Nirvana’s claim that it owns a copyright to the band’s smiley face logo. The article Marc Jacobs Says Nirvana Hasn’t Shown It Owns Logo,” focuses on the argument that the band has not been able to provide evidence that Kurt Cobain created it.

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