Casey Anthony: Parents to Trademark “Caylee Anthony” and “Justice for Caylee”
According to the Orlando Sentinel, it appears that George and Cindy Anthony are trademarking Caylee Anthony’s name, as well as the words “Justice for Caylee,” so that others won’t be able use or sell items using either of these.
From the Orlando Sentinel:
Mark Lippman, the Anthonys’ attorney, said he’s sending cease-and-desist letters to the websites that sell Caylee products, including California-based CafePress.
On that website, you can find “Justice for Caylee” adult and children’s t-shirts, shirts for dogs, and bumper stickers.
“We’re sending out the letters and we’re shutting everyone down,” Lippman said.
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