Jones Day, the United States’ largest law firm, is threatening a parody website with litigation because of its use of the corporate logo deriding the firm.
“I write on behalf of Jones Day, a law firm with over 2500 lawyers in offices on five continents, regarding your unauthorized use of Jones Day’s service mark on the website …” begins the letter from firm partner Robert Ducatman to the anonymous blogger.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has come to the assistance of the blogger this week, said Jones Day’s actions are one of several in which companies “have improperly” demanded that critics stop using their marks.
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