Ratt’s Blotzer wins second court battle vs DeMartini and is targeting Croucier
Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer has apparently won again in court over Ratt guitarist Warren DeMartini with respect to the dispute between them of the Ratt name and brand.
Blotzer‘s Ratt line-up released the following message on its Facebook page on November 6th, which states in part:
“FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Today, November 5th 2015 in federal court in downtown Los Angeles, Ca: A ruling was made overturning Warren Demartini and his attempt to procure an injuction to prevent Ratt Owner and Ceo Bobby Blotzer from using and touring under the Ratt trademark. This marks Demartini‘s second try and denial on all compaints. Four weeks ago Demartini was unsuccessful with an appearance in Los Angeles State court to get a temporary restraining order. This latest ruling will allow Blotzer along with the current Ratt to continue on tour with no further hinderence from Demartini…
Blotzer states, “The choke hold misappropriation of power has ended finally”
Next in line in the house cleaning is former RATT bassist Juan Croucier whom is being sued by WBS for 2 counts of trademark infringement. Blotzer remarked “Suing you’s a dirty job, but I’m the man to do it””