Printing Mousemats

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    A client wants to print 20 mouse mats with a photograph of their shared LEGO Serious Play Vision model.

    The printer asked if they had permission from LEGO to do so.

    Would I be right in advising the client this will not be needed, or will the LEGO legal team be suing my client for infringement of LEGos IP?

    Any advice most welcome! – thanks Sean

    András Murányi

    I am absolutely sure this won’t be an issue. LEGO protects their rights over the LEGO logo aggressively, but never heard about a case when they went after an image of a LEGO construction.

    I am also pretty sure there is no legal base for that – then, you couldn’t use photographs of your car, washing machine, whatever product either…

    So, just adhere to the Lego Serious Play Trademark Guidelines and you’ll be fine.

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