Frank Zappa Trademark No Longer Valid in Germany, Court RulesKarin Matussek
Frank Zappa’s family trust can’t use a trademark named after the late American rock star to prevent a German music festival from using the title “Zappanale,” the country’s top civil court ruled.
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