fan of flamingo Josineide Constantino Dantas has taken to court against Bruno Henrique to prevent the player from commercially exploiting the “Otô patamá” trademark. In total, she receives compensation of 13 million R$. Information from the UOL website.
In court, Josineide argues that he has a trademark registered with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI). Thus, the fan claims that only she is able to use the brand in the sale of products, such as clothing and sporting goods.
It is noteworthy that the phrase “otô patamá” appeared in 2019. On that occasion, Bruno Henrique, in an interview after a match against Vasco, stated that Flamengo was at “another level”, and the phrase was a hit among the robro-negros.
According to UOL, Josineide said that after listening to the T-Shirt 27 interview, he thought the famous phrase would be a great name for a sportswear brand. So, I went to INPI and registered. However, in August, Bruno Henrique’s lawyers sent a notice to fans, stating that she was “trying to impress” her with her fame.
Also in the notification, the attacker revealed that he had made three applications to register the trademark with INPI and stated that Josineide was violating his right to the trademark. The case is being handled in the First Business Court and Arbitration Disputes in São Paulo, but has not yet been judged.
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