Jaden Smith is proving that he truly is a Renaissance man with a resume that spans acting, modeling, singing, rapping, activism and more. The young entrepreneur, who owns Just Goods with his father, finds himself now involved in a court battle with vegan food maker, Just, over the alleged usage of the same logo.
“So Now There Is A Company Trying Copy Our Logo, What A Sad Day. We Are #TheRealJust #BuildYourOwnBrand,” Smith tweeted Tuesday, comparing a picture of his water with their cookie dough. Just was previously named Hampton Creek.
So Now There Is A Company Trying Copy Our Logo, What A Sad Day. We Are #TheRealJust #BuildYourOwnBrand pic.twitter.com/abjfXWpFjb
— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) May 23, 2018
In 2017, the Smith’s filed a lawsuit against the Just CEO and company, stating that they violated a 2014 trademark agreement between the two entities. “We are confident that Just Goods will prevail in court,” Smith’s attorney, Ken Hertz of Hertz Lichtenstein & Young, said in a statement to Page Six.
Just company representatives stated that they do not comment on current litigation. Stay tuned, there is definitely more to come on this particular story!
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