Henry Dunay Loses Court Fight Over His Name

On Nov. 14, legendary designer Henry Dunay lost a court battle with the new owners of the Henry Dunay company, and now faces severe restrictions on how he uses his name on social networks and the Internet.Dunay's former company went bankrupt in June 2009; its intellectual property was purchased by Sandawana Holdings in March 2010. Sandawana relaunched the Dunay company last February.In April, Sandawana sued Dunay over his use of the HenryDunay.net domain, which it charged was being used to promote Dunay's new company, HDD Inc. In August, the two sides agreed to a settlement, which enjoined Dunay from touting his brand on the site.Two months later, the two sides were back in court, with Sandawana complaining the site was still promoting his name and his new company.In November, a judge ruled that Sandawana would take over ­HenryDunay.net. Also, Dunay can't promote his products under his

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