State Drops All Claims Against M22 Store Regarding Logo

The state will let the M22 brand continue using its logo.

It follows a seven year long legal battle between the state and the company.

In 2012, former state attorney general Bill Schuette said M22 could not use their logo, because highway marker designs are in the public domain.

New state attorney general Dana Nessel re-examined the case and decided not to move forward with litigation.

In the settlement M22 cleared the state from any future suits.

In exchange the state dismissed all claims against M22.

It also means M22 cannot be challenged by the state again on the matter.