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Nike has been hit with a suit claiming that its iconic, ubiquitous “Jumpman” logo, the silhouetted image of the basketball superstar Michael Jordan with his legs spread and arm extended Adidas Superstar Femme found on billions of dollars worth of Jordan brand sneakers and apparel, owes its existence to a photo taken for Life magazine, and violates the copyright of that image.The Nike Air Max 95 Mujer story starts back in the summer of 1984, when a photographer named Jacobus Rentmeester took a picture for Life of a flying Michael Jordan in midair as he dunked a basketball. Rentmeester’s infringement suit, Adidas ZX 750 Femme filed in a Portland, Oregon, district court in January, alleges that after the image ran in Life, Nike paid Rentmeester to temporarily use transparencies Nike Air Max Thea Femme of his image “for slide presentation only, no layouts or any other duplication.”Rentmeester complained to Nike that its image was essentially a duplicate of his, and in response, Nike paid him $15,000 to keep using the photo it created, he says. An invoice (not a contract) for the $15,000 submitted as part of the Nike Air Presto Mujer filing specifies that Nike’s photo was to be used “for North America only” for two years, with all other rights reserved by Rentmeester. In 1987, Nike unveiled its Jumpman logo, a silhouette of the image Nike created, which Nike Air Max Command Femme Rentmeester says copied his original.
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