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From the press release:

Louis Vuitton Malletier and Bad Boy Records, a joint venture between Bad Boy Entertainment and Warner Music Group, today announced the signing of an amicable settlement agreement regarding claims brought by Louis Vuitton against the recording group Danity Kane for the unauthorized use of Louis Vuitton's intellectual property.

As part of the settlement, Bad Boy Records agrees to remove from Danity Kane's self-titled debut-album, as well as from two related videos, visual references to Louis Vuitton trademarks. Going forward Bad Boy will make available amended versions of the album and videos without the Louis Vuitton content and shall not use Louis Vuitton intellectual property in the future without authorization. The financial terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

Nathalie Moulle-Berteaux, Intellectual Property Director of Louis Vuitton said, "We appreciate Warner Music Group’s and Bad Boy’s commitment to educate their artists about the importance of respecting our world renowned Toile Monogram and Multicolore marks, and their cooperation in protecting Louis Vuitton’s intellectual property. This worldwide agreement, combined with our previously announced agreement with Sony BMG in 2008, demonstrates our successful efforts throughout the music industry to defend our brand and intellectual property from unauthorized use, and to protect the best interest of our customers."