New England Remedy Access (NETA), a Massachusetts health-related and recreational marijuana enterprise, settled a lawsuit with Boise Cascade, an Idaho lumber business enterprise, more than a logo trademark dispute.
A spokesman for NETA, which owns two cannabis retail shops, stated in a statement that the dispute with Boise Cascade “has been resolved amicably,” Masslive.com reported.
The terms of the settlement had been not disclosed.
The scenario highlights why cannabis corporations must perform legal due diligence before making logos or other advertising and marketing components.
Boise Cascade sued NETA in April for infringing on its trademark by employing a related logo, a green tree in a circle.
On the NETA internet site, the company’s logo is now light blue and not inside a circle.
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