Walmart Has Agreed To An Undisclosed Amount In Recent Lawsuit

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Walmart Has Agreed To An Undisclosed Amount In Recent Lawsuit

Walmart is in hot water after illegally using a Bay Area based clothing line's T-shirt designs on their website earlier this year. Walmart has yet to comment directly on how many T-shirts were sold and from which markets. The Bay area based clothing line is called Relevant Wear The Brand which operates mostly online and at Lake Merrit in Oakland CA on most weekends. Relevant Wear The Brand has partnerships with various organizations like The Black Vendor Association in Oakland which provides local vending opportunities to small black business owners. After speaking with the South Berkeley designer, Mr Perry, also known as Abu Bakr Clifton was devastated to hear the news of Walmart's deceptive practices. As he was noticeably upset he says he plans to secure royalties for every T-shirt sold in the past and future by Walmart. A spokesman from Walmart says the company has agreed to conversation about possible royalties for each unit sold. Mr. Perry is hopeful that this situation is beneficial to his kids and that companies big or small think twice before stealing someone's work. Mr Perry said the majority of the money will go to investing in what he calls "The Local Booth". He wouldn't comment any further on the endeavor but said "to support the movement go to Relevant-wear.com to donate and make a purchase or leave a message. Meanwhile stay Relevant.

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