LeBron James' Media Company Issues Letter To Alabama Concerning Copyright

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Cavaliers star LeBron James' multimedia company Uninterrupted has sent a letter to Alabama officials stating concerns that Alabama's "Shop Talk" web series “infringes ‘Uninterrupted’s’ copyright, trademark rights and other valuable intellectual property rights", per ESPN. 

James' Uninterrupted has released two episodes of "The Shop", a web series in which James and colleagues speak freely while receiving hair cuts in a barber shop. Alabama debuted their own series, "Shop Talk", last week, which is similar in nature to James' show. 

Per ESPN's Davind McMenamin:

The letter goes on to invite a conversation with Alabama before "rushing into legal proceedings."

 

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