Vogue Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Drake And 21 Savage In Trademark Lawsuit

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Vogue has been granted a temporary restraining order against Drake and 21 Savage following their use of Vogue trademarks to promote their new “Her Loss.”

The order comes after Vogue owner Condé Nast filed a $4-million copyright infringement lawsuit against the recording artists, contending that the faux collaboration they touted with the fashion magazine was unauthorized. 

Vogue - granted restraining order against Drake and 21 Savage in Trademark lawsuit
Drake and 21 Savage ordered to stop using fake Vogue cover to promote new album.

On Wednesday, Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff sided with Condé Nast in its arguments of “sufficient proof” that the hip-hop stars and their communications firm Hiltzik Strategies used the magazine’s registered U.S. trademarks and likeness of Editor in Chief Anna Wintour without authorization to falsely promote the album, according to a copy of the restraining order obtained Friday by the Los Angeles Times.

Larry Stein, the lawyer who represents both Drake and 21 Savage has declined to comment.

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