Monster vs. the Rock Lobster
Startup representing B-52s’ frontman
Bricolage Law, a startup law firm spurred by the IP Clinic’s battle against Monster Beverage, is representing B-52s frontman Fred Schneider in several cases. One involves Schneider’s Monster Blend Coffee, which the singer created with a small Florida coffee roaster. Schneider claims the name of the brew is an homage to his 1984 song, “Monster,” but it raised the hackles of Monster Beverage. Led by former IP Clinic Director Eve Brown, Bricolage provides affordable, tech-savvy and hard-to-find help for small businesses. Suffolk Law alumni on staff include patent attorney Bridget Sarpu JD ’15; Meaghen Kenney JD ’16 will join the team shortly.
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