Article: Trademark lawyer discusses Easy Life’s “David v Goliath” legal battle against Easy Jet’s owner

After Easy Life announced they were reluctantly surrendering their band name amid a legal dispute with Easy Jet’s owners easyGroup, a leading trademark lawyer has likened the case to “David v Goliath” to Far Out.

On October 10th, the indie band backed down due to financial pressures and announced they would play their final shows as Easy Life at Leicester’s O2 Academy and London’s KOKO before retiring the moniker. In a message, they explained how going to court would have cost them money they don’t have and would have also prevented them from releasing any music until potentially 2025.

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