Mixed Chicks Gets $8.5M Jury Award for Infringing Mixed-Race Hair Products

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Mixed Chicks LLC, a small company that makes specialized hair care products for women of mixed race, has won a jury award of more than $8 million in a trademark and trade dress dispute with a multimillion-dollar beauty supply company.

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  • RD Legal Funding

    This is a big win for small business owners. Big corporations and companies know they do not have the capital to challenge and most times are going to settle to avoid the costly litigation. Cases like this are the reason small business owners should pursue litigation even because a settlement of any kind would have netted them far less than what the jury awarded them.

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