Rapper Snoop Dogg is suing a company that makes SnoopGuard, a $100 lockable storage container that holds marijuana. It's described as "the world's first locking, vacuum-sealable storage container designed to protect snoopers from the unintended ingestion of medications and more." According to law360.com, it appears Snoop Dogg is winning the case. The owner of SnoopGuard has already changed the company name to SneakGuard. “All mention of the former name has been deleted."
Snoop Dogg owns six (or more) trademarks: Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Snoop Lion, and Snoopermarket, among others. Snoop’s Intellectual Property law firm, Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, P.C., also represents big brands including Tiffany & Co., The Gap, DC Comics, Chanel, and Frank Sinatra Enterprises, and others.
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