Hells Angels Say Young Jeezy's Clothing Co. Ripped Off Logo

Law360, New York (October 29, 2013, 6:37 PM EDT) -- Famed motorcycle club the Hells Angels hit clothing company 8732 Apparel LLC — reportedly owned by rapper Young Jeezy — and retailer Dillard's Inc. with a trademark infringement lawsuit in California federal court Sunday, accusing them of using the organization's logo without authorization.

Hells Angels Motorcycle Corp. claims 8732 Apparel illegally emblazoned the Angels' "Death Head" patch on gear that was sold through its online store and through Dillard's

The patch — a skull with large golden wings with red writing above it — has been used for more than 50 years and is protected by five different federal registrations, according...

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