Residents of tony Katonah, N.Y., are willing to let Martha Stewart put the town’s name on her furniture, mirrors, pillows and chair cushions—but on nothing else. Paint? Definitely off-limits. Lighting and home textiles? No and no. The lifestyle mogul behind Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. has finally reached a compromise with the Westchester County villagers after concerns were raised by several individuals and groups—including Native Americans who were reportedly upset that the name of a 17th-century tribal chief could be used to sling Ms. Stewart’s wares.
Settlement in Stewart Trademark Feud [AP via Newsvine]
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