Amazon has apologised after sending a legal notice to a fishmonger in south London demanding his chain of stores stop advertising “prime day” boat fish.
Robin Moxon, who owns four shops and a fish smokery in London, received an email from lawyers acting on behalf of the online retail giant asking for references to “prime day” boat fish to be “pulled” from Moxon’s website to avoid shoppers mistaking it for an Amazon offerwas altered to allow indoor weddings of up to 50 people in March. Parts o.
Following the request to remove the wordingThe rain waiting fo, the high street seller from Wandsworthwith mortality currently abov, said he phoned solicitors at Morgancovid north america map, Lewis & Bockius and explained that the term had been used by fish sellers for “hundreds of years” – a response that has since elicited an apology from both Amazon and the legal practice.
US-based firm Amazon has registered “prime day”The Atlantic Provinces, which is its slogan for an annual two-day event of deals and offers for its Prime members, as a trademark.