By LASIS Staff
A New York Times article discusses a Connecticut girl, Willa Prunier, whose family expects to be on the hook for $750,000 in legal fees because Procter & Gamble, makers of Wella products, objects to Willa’s line of beauty of care products. In court.
The story mentions a similar suit, still pending, involving Facebook suing Teachbook. LASIS ran a story on that lawsuit last year with the headline, “Face it Facebook – Your Legal Argument is Lame”.
Can you tell whose side we’re on in the Wella v. Willa battle?
UPDATE: October 14, 2011 – Wella won’t wipe out Willa; they settled.
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