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Haas likely to re-brand as Rich Energy loses logo court battle

The Haas F1 team will need to carry out an expensive re-brand after title sponsor Rich Energy lost a high court battle over its logo. The action was initiated by British cycle manufacturer Whyte Bikes which claimed that the Rich Energy logo was a blatant copy. The case, which was heard in the High Court in London, concluded today and saw Judge Melissa Clarke ruling in Whyte's favour. Clearly unimpressed with Rich Energy CEO William Storey's defence, and that of graphic design company StaxoWeb Ltd’s boss, Sean Kelly, the judge stated that it was her belief that evidence had been 'manufactured' by the pair. 'I am satisfied that some of Mr Storey’s evidence was incorrect or...
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