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Slaughter and the Dogs settle court case over name


Slaughter and the Dogs name case settled

In what has been a rancorous few years that has seen the remaining members of Manchester punk originals Slaughter and the Dogs contesting the band name finally found a resolve in court.

It’s always a shame when things come to this but there didn’t seem to be any option.

After a legal case lasting more than three years original bassist Howard Bates, guitar player Mick Rossi and Moz Murray have successfully challenged the UK Trademark ‘Slaughter and The Dogs’ registered in 2018 by Barrett-McGrath in his sole name and without the knowledge or consent of the other founding members.

The registration has now been invalidated. This will effectively put an end to threats of legal action by Barrett-McGrath and his representative/wife towards fans, promoters and founding band members.

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