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The P. Miller Designs clothing line is still in the testing phase and only available at 350 select Wal-Mart stores.

Yet already it has become the target of a lawsuit.

The plaintiff, Pepe Leans London, LLC, is suing P. Miller over the presence of a controversial logo: a circled “P.”

P. Miller claims that he legally registered a “circled-P with wings” mark through the US Patent and Trademark Office with a date of first-use of April 1, 2003.

According to Miller’s camp, the plaintiff filed their date of first-use as June 1, 2003.

The US Patent and Trademark Office recognizes the marks of both P. Miller and Pepe Jeans London as registered and unique. Both marks are public record.

We’ll see how things unfold.

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