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Fight over ‘Shorebilly’ mark wages on

Six months after a federal judge threw out an Ocean City-based trademark lawsuit over the term “Shorebilly” and cancelled the plaintiff’s mark, the prevailing party is still seeking to have a $30,000 judgment satisfied while also questioning the legality of the ...

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Don Omar sues local radio station for using likeness to promote concert

A popular Puerto Rican singer-songwriter has filed suit against a local Spanish-language radio station, alleging the station deliberately canceled his appearance at a concert last summer but still used his name and image to promote the event. Don Omar is seeking at least $9 million for breach of contract from WLZL-FM, also known as El Zol 107.9, according to the lawsuit, filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt.

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