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My philosophy is you aren't truly famous until you've been sued at least once or twice by disgruntled people.
Zac Brown and basically all his business entities and partners have had a lawsuit filed against them in Georgia by a man named Kyle Landas for copyright and trademark infringement.
On top of the infringement, which is the main part of the lawsuit, Landas, a former employee of Zac, claims that Zac's company provided unsafe work conditions, Zac's business manager was an asshole, and Zac liked to yell a lot (to paraphrase, of course).
The copyright/trademark infringement part of the lawsuit is in regards to a design that Landas, a designer who specializes in fine art memorialized in hand tooled or painted leather and whose art has been shown at the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Hank Williams Museum, created back in 2008 that he submitted to FarmAid for consideration of having the design used on custom leather guitar straps.
Landas called this design Unity Tree.
According to the lawsuit, in 2010, "Landas embossed Unity Tree onto a custom leather guitar strap, and on June 17, 2010, presented it to Brown backstage at a Zac Brown Band concert in Burlington, Iowa."
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