Jay-Z recently took on a British restaurant, and won. Terry Miller, chef and winner of the British television show "Hells Kitches," opened a restaurant named Rockafella back in 2006 with money he won on the show. Years later, Jay-Z (with the help of London-based legal team Forrester Ketley & Co) issued a writ against Miller for using the trademarked name Roc-A-Fella.
After a five-year battle, Jay Z and company won. "I've had a enough with this whole naming thing now," said Miller. "It's been a headache all along and has been rumbling for years." Despite the restaurant closing close to two years ago, Miller did h ave a catering service open with the same name, which has now also been ordered to close. Mr Miller is now considering the appeal ruling with his legal representatives.
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