Wall’s ice cream has potential copyright violation lawsuit to file against S’poreans First Party

Posted on 25 May 2014

Singaporeans First Party should hire a lawyer. To sue their designer.


Wall’s ice cream has a strong case to make in what appears to be a less-than-subtle copyright infringement of their logo.

This after the ice cream brand’s logo appears to have been plagiarised by Singapore’s newest political party, Singaporeans First Party.

Mei Chuan Yi, a intellectual property lawyer, said: “Wah lau eh, like that cannot lah.”

However, this is not the first time political outfits have tried to pass off corporate logos as their own.

Previously, citizen website, The Online Citizen, borrowed their logo from rubbish chute maintenance corporation Veolia Environmental Services’ logo, which bears more than just a passing family resemblance to the original.







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