JerryRigEverything and dbrand Face Multi-Million Dollar CASETiFY Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

Earlier this week, a major lawsuit was filed by dbrand in partnership with YouTuber Zack “JerryRigEverything” Nelson, targeting CASETiFY with claims of copyright infringement and replicated designs. The lawsuit has a price tag in the “multi-million dollar” range and accuses CASETiFY of copying a series of “transparent” Teardown products that were created and released by dbrand and JerryRigEverything for its “Inside Out” line.

dbrand and JerryRigEverything emphasize that they take great care to ensure that every Teardown skin is an accurate representation of device interiors while also adding hidden features for fans to discover. The CASETiFY “Inside Out” line seemingly reused images from the collaborative dbrand release, complete with Nelson’s signature phrase “glass is glass, and glass breaks” and dbrand’s logo visible on some cases.

The lawsuit, filed in a Toronto court, addresses 45 “Inside Out” products where dbrand alleges CASETiFY infringed upon its copyrighted works. Although the punitive and exemplary damages have not been disclosed, the lawsuit has generated considerable attention and resulted in the removal of the “Inside Out” line by CASETiFY from their website.


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