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Kendall Jenner Sues for Unauthorized Use of Her Likeness

By David Lilenfeld on February 13, 2016

Without her permission, skincare product company Cutera appears to have used the likeness of well-known television personality and fashion model Kendall Jenner for commercial gain. There is not enough ointment in the world to get Cutera out of this one. Jenner filed a lawsuit in the Central District of California asserts claims for infringement of the KENDALL JENNER trademark, False Association or End

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner's image used by Cutera

orsement under the Lanham Act and violation of Right of Publicity under California law. California has some of the most beneficial laws for celebrities to employ to protect their image and likeness. Looks like Cutera has an uphill battle here.

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