The Kardashian sisters -- Kim, Khloe and Kourtney -- don't want Blac Chyna anywhere near their famed name.
As previously reported, the Kardashians filed a lawsuit Tuesday to block brother Rob Kardashian's baby mama from trademarking her name "Angela Renee Kardashian."
Now Chyna's lawyer, Walter Mosely, is firing back.
"The Kardashians, like Angela and my other clients, are very protective of our marks, I think for us this is going to be a clear case win, because it's actually her name, it's not a poaching," Mosley told People.
"I would hope that this is just a junior lawyer's error," Mosely said, "who's just responding to everything and not really looking at who it's from or why it was filed. There's a softer side of this where Angela has to have a conversation with her family. But until I hear otherwise, I'm just going to proceed as I normally would with a lawsuit. I have 40 days to respond."
In the legal documents, Kardashians claim that Chyna (real name Angela Renée White) could irreparably damage their brand if she's allowed to capitalize on the Kardashian name should she marry Rob.
The petition also stated that Chyna was "deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity [of the Kardashian brand]."
Mosely said the filing came as a shock to he and his client, Chyna.
"Everything has been fantastic between her and the family to the best of my knowledge, so this is a shock," he said. "Thus, I'm under the belief that it's a misunderstanding. I don't know how this plays out any other way. There's a whole process that went on like anyone else does. So again, I'm hoping this just goes away once they see what it is. Angela, Rob and Dream are doing amazing, wonderful, and things couldn't be better.”
The Kardashian family has yet to publicly comment on the lawsuit.
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