Bradman accuses Allens of taking the Mickey

By Lawyers Weekly|03 March 2012

Solicitors for Donald Bradman's son John Bradman have filed a statement of claim in the Supreme Court of South Australia, seeking damages against national law firm Allens Arthur Robinson. The…

Solicitors for Donald Bradman's son John Bradman have filed a statement of claim in the Supreme Court of South Australia, seeking damages against national law firm Allens Arthur Robinson.

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The firm is being sued for alleged failures of "due care, skill and diligence" in the assignment of the legendary cricketer's name.

Allens represented The Bradman Foundation on a pro bono basis, and licensed use of the name to support Bowral's Bradman Museum and Bradman Trust.

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Three years ago the foundation licensed food company Unibic to market "Bradman" chocolate chip cookies in India.

The family described Bradman as "a loved and missed family member, not a brand name like Mickey Mouse".

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