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Staind Possible Name Change?

Staind may have to change their name if a petition submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by an Ohio musician is accepted. Jon Stainbrook, who played in a band called Stain, accuses the hard rockers of obtaining their moniker through fraudulent means.

October 31, 2004


Staind may have to change their name if a petition submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by an Ohio musician is accepted. Jon Stainbrook, who played in a band called Stain, accuses the hard rockers of obtaining their moniker through fraudulent means.  Stainbrook has prevailed in a similar case in Los Angeles, where the band named Lit changed its name from Stain.


This of course would be a marketing nightmare for Staind and their label, who are currently hard at work on their new album due out next year.







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October 31, 2004

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Staind may have to change their name if a petition submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by an Ohio musician is accepted. Jon Stainbrook, who played in a band called Stain, accuses the hard rockers of obtaining their moniker through fraudulent means.

Staind may have to change their name if a petition submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by an Ohio musician is accepted. Jon Stainbrook, who played in a band called Stain, accuses the hard rockers of obtaining their moniker through fraudulent means.  Stainbrook has prevailed in a similar case in Los Angeles, where the band named Lit changed its name from Stain.


This of course would be a marketing nightmare for Staind and their label, who are currently hard at work on their new album due out next year.



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