Lost Mary Vape Maker Wants To Burn Rival’s TM

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Lost Mary Vape Maker Wants To Burn Rivals TM

In a fiery legal maneuver, iMiracle (HK) Ltd., the creator of the immensely popular Lost Mary disposable vapes, has set its sights on extinguishing its Emirati rival’s trademark for “LadyMary.” This legal clash, recently unveiled in a Dec. 21 High Court claim, alleges that Synergy Project Management LLC has failed to genuinely utilize the trademark in the U.K. within the required five-year period.

Lost Mary Vape Maker Wants To Burn Rival’s TM : Questionable Identity of Origin

iMiracle, along with Green Fun Alliance Ltd., asserts that Synergy Project Management LLC should lose its rights over the “LadyMary” name in the e-cigarette and tobacco market. The central argument revolves around the claim that Synergy failed to use the trademark effectively to guarantee the identity of origin for its products. However, iMiracle has yet to unveil specific details to support its claims.

Lost Mary Vape Maker Wants To Burn Rival’s TM : Lost Mary’s Legal Odyssey

This legal clash is not the first for iMiracle, which previously safeguarded its Lost Mary vape, introduced in 2022, and Elfbar products. Known for its candy-colored, dip-dye style plastic shells, Lost Mary disposable vapes have captured the market’s attention.