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Texas A&M Navigating Tricky Landscape In Protecting QB Johnny Manziel's Trademarks
Published March 4, 2013
POCKET PROTECTION: In Dallas, Hairopoulos reported JMAN2 Enterprises on Friday filed a "second lawsuit to protect his pending trademark 'Johnny Football.'" The suit alleges "trademark infringement from Kevin Doolan or CubbyTees" occurred. CubbyTees.com "appears to offer 'Johnny Football' and 'Johnny Heisman' T-shirts for $19.95." Manziel’s company recently "filed suit against another T-shirt seller, who offered shirts reading 'Keep Calm and Johnny Football'" (DALLASNEWS.com, 3/2).