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The private arbiter on Wednesday at Jay-Z, Iconix Brand Group Incorporated for Increkin, sued that the company was unfamiliar with Africa's African leader, it was advisable to hear a trial against the trademark.
Multimillionaire rapper The High Court of Manhattan in a request said that the Racial Diversity between the United States Court of Arbitration (AAA) was not discriminating against the constitution of the New York State and the New York law of human rights.
Iconix was unable to get comments right away, and he condemned the AAA spokesman's comment.
The conflict is the Jay-Z's 2007 Rocawear clothing brand, the latest Iconix dealer for sales of 204 million dollars. Iconix eliminated the full value of the brand, and in 2017 Jay-Z forensic lawsuits were sued by the federal court in Manhattan. This case is still pending.
In 2015, Jay-Z, his real name, Shawn Carter, and Iconix, resolved conflicts, and agreed to face future claims in private arbitration, according to the request of Jay-Z.
Last month, Iconix denounced Jay-Z's 2015 liquidation and violated an AAA arbitration.
But Jay-Z said the AAA found only three African-American potential arbitrations, hundreds of which were used, in his case, and one already in Iconix's illegal litigation.
More than the number of "African Americans" lacked the arbitration contract that argued that they were missing.
"The prospective courts, which undoubtedly are among the minority-owned and operated businesses, are likely to be likely to reflect a large number of people in the opinion of the person between the shoes of judges and jury members," he said.
Jay-Z, 48, is known as "Hard Knock Life", "99 Problems" and "Big Pimpin" songs.
Brooklyn has won 21 Grammy awards, the award for best R & B Song and R & B Performance Award for Best Drunk Love in 2015 with his wife, pop star Beyonce.
In May, he responded to a demand by the federal securities and exchange committee related to the sale of Rocawear by a federal judge.
SECk said he was looking for writing written by Iconix, and wanted to ask Jay-Z about his relationship with his personal brand. (Publication by Brendan Pierson in New York in Matthew Lewis)