American Airlines Logo Gets Copyright Review Following Lawsuit

Following a major rebranding, American Airlines introduced a new logo in 2013, however, the U.S. Copyright Office has rejected the company’s request for copyright registration of the logo on three separate occasions, the Los Angeles Times reports. The dispute focuses on whether the logo is creative enough to be considered original. After the third rejection, American Airlines filed a lawsuit against the head of the agency. The suit was dropped following a recent announcement that the office would reconsider its rejection of the logo.

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