Lady A, formerly known as Lady Antebellum, went on trial after her name was changed.
In June, the country band decided to drop the word “antibellum” from their name “after much personal reflection” due to its association with slavery and a pre-abolition south.
However, Seattle-based blues singer Anita “Lady A” White had been using the name for two decades.
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The band had previously sued, a representative confirmed to Fox News, with White allegedly “attempting to enforce the alleged trademark rights” according to the suit.
Now, after suing the band for trademark infringement, White is firing back with his own suit.
“It was decided to replace Lady Antebellum’s name with Lady A’s with a belated disregard of Ms. White’s rights in the Lady A trademark, which she has used for nearly thirty years,” Fox News Legal doctor said.
The suit names all three members of Lady A – Hillary Scott, Charles Kelly and Dave Heywood – the defendants as well as Lady A Entertainment, LLC.
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The docs claim that a trio of countries gave White an “atrocious injury” for using his new name.
The suit states that White began her career in music in the 1980s as a karaoke singer who starred as Lady A, as she was shy and preferred to use a moniker for her given name. Used to do
Since then, Docs said, she has been building her brand under the name, which is also the name on her legible and downloadable music and live performances.
The suit states that White and Lady A held a video conference to discuss the name change and the impact it could have on White’s career, but they were “unable to reach a resolution.”
A draft settlement agreement was shared with the band by White’s lawyer, Docs State, which met the trio with declaratory action against the composer.
The band alleges that they have used Lady A as a type of surname since 2008 and they own several registrations under the name Lady A.
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The suit claims that the band has not performed under the “fan-original” name of Lady A.
Reps for the band did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.