Chubb confident court ruling wont affect business
Cleveland Browns safety Donte Whitner is confident that his trademark decision won’t influence his future with the team, according to the team.
“I hope not,” Whitner said Friday on “Preston WOAI-AM” on the Cleveland Browns radio station.
The trademark law changes on appeal and will only impact the Cleveland Browns’ ability to use the name.
“The Cleveland Browns trademark law doesn’t change from when we’re playing in the National Football League to when we’re not playing in the National Football League,” Whitner said. “Our business is on hold and we’re just waiting for the trademark to be determined.”
The decision of whether or not the NFL will consider whether Whitner’s name is too similar to NFL icon Jim Brown or too similar to Brown and his team, the St. Louis Cardinals is in limbo, according to the St. Louis County Superior Court in St. Louis.
The Browns, who have held an NFL trademark for over 35 years, do not have any issues with their own name or Brown and his team.
Whitner said he understands why the appeals court is holding out a ruling.
“The Supreme Court is the supreme bete noire, but it’s going to have to wait. We can’t allow anyone to get to us, and if you’re going to change the law, you have to do it now,” he said. “We know it was right, but now we’re just waiting for the Supreme Court decision. When우리카지노 that decision comes in, we’ll have to d카지노 사이트ecide how we’re going to respond.”
Whitner is optimistic that the appeal will come down to whether the Cleveland Browns is allowed to keep their name or just be considered under the “new law.”
“If you’re going to change the law, you have to do it now,” said Whitner. “That’s where we’re at.”
On July 13, 2014, Brown signed an exclusive three-year contract with the Cleveland 카지노 사이트Browns to play for the St. Louis Cardinals.
“We were shocked, but as the game went on and they won the National Football League title, we got even more excited and we think that’s why people like [Browner], as he was able to be in Cleveland, that he was able to be in that market,” said Whitner. “He was able to grow and grow with the people he’s been able to work with, the relationships he’s been abl