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Following a post that I made a few weeks ago I read today in the LA Times  that in the case of Taster’s Choice Coffee and Russell Christoff there is no end in sight.

Recap: A verdict awarded Russell Christoff $15.6 mill in 2005 for unauthorized use of his image by Nestle. Verdict was overturned by appeal because statue of limitations has expired.

This week: The Supreme Court ordered the trial court to answer how statue of limitations deadlines should be calculated in lawsuits involving product lables.

And… that means this opens an entirely new can of worms and there is indeed no end in sight. What the court is looking for now is guidance and case law as it pertains to these types of cases.

Read the blog post here:

Read the LA Times mini post here:

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