The summer concert season is bringing a new wave of cases by entertainment companies seeking to stop trademark infringers from hawking counterfeit wares at shows, and Lady Gaga has, as usual, taken center stage.

On June 25, Lady Gaga’s merchandising company filed one of the more recent so-called John Doe trademark suits in the Southern District of New York, The Bravado International Group Merchandising Services Inc. v. John Does 1-100.

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