En Vogue Members Sue One Another for Rights to Name

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    A judge has granted founding members of the group exclusive rights to the name “En Vogue,” according to TMZ and legal documents stemming from a legal war amongst the once super-popular female R&B group.

    According to a judge, Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis are the only two members that can use the name “En Vogue” while on tour and performing.

    The two sued former band mates Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson in 2012 for the rights to use the name, in addition to $1 million in damages, claiming they were touring under the “En Vogue” name illegally after the quartet broke up.

    Original owners of the LLC, Cindy and Terry, were not awarded any money.

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