We previously reported on the case that had Beyoncé suing Mike Lin for improper use of her daughter’s name. This week, the trademark board sided with Beyoncé and disallowed Mike Lin’s company 42/47 from trademarking Poison Ivy Park.

It was back in 2017 that an L.A. man named Mike Lin, filed docs to register a trademark for Poison Ivy Park to use for an online clothing store, almost at the same time Beyoncé’s range launched. Beyoncé’s legal time hit back by opposing the application claiming it would confuse confusers.

42/47 failed to respond to Beyoncé’s motion.

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