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Re: Re: Names

Harry Potter is the name of a boy in a wildly popular children's series, not an author's pet name.  Still too risky to use probably.

Patricia Brooks

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: BigAlligator@aol.com
Reply-To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2001 19:36:19 EST

>In a message dated 2/25/01 4:01:14 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
>janclarx@hotmail.com writes:
><< You might end up with a law suit if you use 'Harry Potter' :-)
> Have you checked the checklists? Gilded Grape sounds familiar. >>
>       I was thinking the same thing.  "Harry Potter" is a pen name for an 
>author, and I would suspect that one would have to get that person's 
>permission for use of the name.  Not being a legal expert, that is worth only 
>      As for "Gilded Grape" I thing you are thinking of Gilbert Grape.
>Mark A. Cook
>Dunnellon, Florida.  
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