Eric Church Fights Counterfeit Merch

Eric Church. Photo: Jill Trunnell

Eric Church. Photo: Jill Trunnell

Eric Church has been granted a temporary restraining order to allow the seizure of counterfeit merchandise being sold outside his concerts.

He requested the injunction in U.S. District Court this week and also filed suit against unnamed defendants, listed as John Does, who are producing and selling unlicensed t-shirts and goods. He is seeking damages from the vendors.

According to the injunction, Church’s team can seize counterfeit merchandise being sold within a five-mile radius, 24-hour time period of his concerts.

Church is represented by Riley Warnock & Jacobson’s John Jacobson and Chris Vlanos, according to the Nashville Post.

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