Back in April, Jeremy "Shoemoney" Schoemaker filed suit against Google AdWords employee Keyen Farrell, saying that Farrell had violated his trademark on "Shoemoney" by using it Google ads. Today, Farrell is firing back with a suit saying that Shoemaker has defamed him.
From the release put out on behalf of Farrell:
If you searched the internet for the name "Keyen Farrell" prior to April 7th , a dozen listings would have appeared and you would have learned about Farrell’s high school track career, a college business and his employment at Google Inc.. However, as of April 8, 2009, th [...]
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