Zorlac Skateboards was started by Jeff Newton in 1976, selling skateboard decks and apparel.
After incorporating in 1987, Newton found himself in financial trouble, owing $80.000. In return for payment of his outstanding debts, and future employment in Lambourne Industries, a deal was made, transferring the company and the Zorlac trademark over to David Brown.
But at Browns company, Newton slowly went from being the face of Zorlac, to just becoming a salesperson with no imput. He left the company in 1992.
In 2002 Newton returned to the skateboard scene, and presuming the Zorlac brand is not being used anymore, he starts using it again in 2005.
However, a month after Newtons first commercial sales, Brown filed an intent-to-use application for the Zorlac brand. Newton opposed Browns application, and continued to build the brand.
In 2011 it was decided that Brown had given enough evidence to prove continuous use of the Zorlac brand, and still owned the rights to it.
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