Eagles Singer Settles With Apparel Co. Over 'Don A Henley' Ad

Law360, New York (April 15, 2015, 1:52 PM EDT) -- Eagles frontman Don Henley has agreed to settle his suit against a Wisconsin apparel company over email advertisements for henley-style shirts that urged customers to “Don a henley, take it easy,” according to documents filed Tuesday in California federal court.

Eagles frontman Don Henley (right) has agreed to settle his suit against a Wisconsin apparel company over its "Don a henley" ad. (Credit: court documents; Flickr/Steve Alexander) Under the deal, Duluth Trading Co. would be permanently barred from using Henley’s name or any combination of “Don” and “Henley” in its business operations. Attorneys from both sides have asked the court to...

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