Thinking Liberally Media Sues Chuck DeVore for Using Trademark on “All The Best”

Thinking Liberally Media, the publishers of the LiberalOC blog, has filed a lawsuit against Chuck DeVore, a candidate for third district board of supervisors-failed US Senate candidate-and former state assemblyman from Irvine, for infringing of the copyright infringement for DeVore’s persistent and insistent use of the copyrighted phrase “All The Best.”

“It sickens us that a hard right wing Republican like Chuck would use our signature phrase without our express permission,” said publisher Chris Prevatt.  “This is worse that announcing a toxic waste facility in the toney Turtle Ridge neighborhood of Irvine.”

DeVore signs off all emails and blog comments with the phrase “All the best.” He has ignored cease and desist letters. 

The suit asks for damages in the form of DeVore to cease and desist from being a candidate for public office and requests he return to work in the private sector.  And six of his wife’s pies.

  0 comments for “Thinking Liberally Media Sues Chuck DeVore for Using Trademark on “All The Best”

  1. April 1, 2011 at 8:43 am

    All the best, folks, all the best…

  2. Dan Chmielewski
    April 1, 2011 at 10:30 am

    😉 thanks Chuck for being a sport.

  3. roll &roll
    April 2, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    Are you part of the guys that were stilling Mr. Collins copyrights regarding his video on Yorba Linda protest?. Now are you crying because some one did the same thing to you? LOL!.

    • Chris Prevatt
      April 2, 2011 at 6:19 pm

      Two things…

      1) We have NEVER stolen any copyrighted video from Mr. Collins.

      2) This is an April Fools post.

      • roll &roll
        April 4, 2011 at 6:30 pm

        Mr. Prevatt can you prove your first answer to the above replay?. I wacth the edited video regarding Debra Pauly(Yorba Linda rally) coments in this Liberal OC !. As far I know you never ask Permision from Mr. Collins in order to post the video in your blog!.

        • Chris Prevatt
          April 6, 2011 at 12:49 am

          Well, let me clear up a few things for you.

          We posted a youtube video. That video containde material produced by Mr. Collins and it was credited to him. as the video was public, it was published here under the principle of fair use. Mr. Collins is free to argue a violation of his copyright with the producer of the youtube video. Liability for rebroadcasting a youtube video that may have violated Mr. Collins copyright cannot be assigned to this blog.

          Finally, Mr. Collins has my email address, and we have used his material with his permission before. He is free to contact me if he’s got a problem with our posting of the video. It was a news story and we wrote about it and provided commentary. Thats kind of what we do here.