Scott Hervey in The Sourcing Journal: Supreme Court Declines to Review Brandy Melville Trademark Suit

In a February 21st article for the Sourcing Journal, Meghan Hall writes that the Supreme Court rejected Brandy Melville’s request to review the 9th Circuit’s decision in its dispute with Redbubble, which overturned a previous ruling finding the print-to-order company guilty of contributory trademark infringement.

When asked about this lawsuit, Weintraub shareholder Scott Hervey explained that contributory liability…

“It’s a form of secondary liability, where a party can be held liable for infringement, even though they did not actually engage in that infringing conduct.”

Hervey said that the Supreme Court’s refusal to grant Brandy Melville’s appeal may result in more forum shopping for future similar disputes.

Read the full article on the Sourcing Journal (Paywall.)