En Vogue works out name rights 

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Add Oakland’s own En Vogue to that long line of groups that ended up in court battling over naming rights.

Two of the original members are allowed to call themselves En Vogue (Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis), and the other two must perhaps use “In Vohge” (Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson). Herron and Ellis own the LLC and sued the other two last year for touring under the name illegally.

TMZ reported that a judge sided with H&E, but did not award them the $1 million in damages they had pursued.

Heck, being able to belt it out at county fairs under the name En Vogue should be worth enough, right?

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