Swift Wins Trademark Case

The Tennessean and Nashville Post are reporting that Taylor Swift has won a court case filed against 16 individuals accused of violating Swift’s trademark by selling counterfeit merchandise. A federal judge in Nashville has granted a default judgment barring those individuals from making or selling Taylor Swift merchandise.

The civil lawsuit claimed that Swift’s merchandise enforcement team found numerous individuals selling fake goods during her 2009 Fearless Tour, including shirts bearing her likeness.

The judge has reportedly ordered confiscated items to be destroyed.

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