Wu-Tang Clan sues the company that takes care of dogs
The famous “Wu-Tang Clan” group has sued a New York-based firm providing services for walking dogs, accusing it of infringing on copyright, “The Guardian”. Marty Cuatchon, the owner of the company who has been devoting four picks, has chosen a very charming name for his business and specifically “Woof-Tang Clan”. The joke was not welcomed by the hip hop group leader. Rreperi has filed a lawsuit against the lawsuit and filed a document stating that the Wu-tang-Clan name and logo have been registered by the Staten Island authorities since 1993 when the group was formed. He asserts that utility firms and dogs are using their registered trademark without permission. The owner of the company contacted by the local media explained that he was aware of the provocation since he had chosen the name. Last month, the group Wu-Tang-Clan launched the new album titled “The saga continues” after the 2014 single “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin”, which only came out of a copy and sale at the value of 2 million dollars.