REVIEW: Nike threatens Scottish Courage with legal action

Nike is threatening Scottish Courage with legal action for tarnishing the Nike brand by associating it with "an overweight and apparently unskilled footballer" in its John Smith's ads, which feature the comedian Peter Kaye. The dispute centres on the use of the slogan "Just 'ave it" and the John Smith's horseshoe magnet icon, which Nike claims are an obvious reference to its own "Just do it" slogan and swoosh icon. - Marketing Week.

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