I personally think a fellow named Scott Andrus (ON3P) can build and sell a ski with his own name on it.
He may choose to give it up to avoid a distracting and expensive adventure with attorneys and settlements, but like Rock Art Brewery fought Monster Energy Drink (Hansen Beverage) and eventually won the right to market their "Vermonster" beer, Scott Andrus might get great publicity and bump from David v. Goliath challenges like this.
Scott of ON3P is smart and knows what he wants to do.
If he wants to sell a ski with his name on it "Great Scott", I support him.
Truth be told, any attorney hired by Scott Skis should be fired if (s)he did NOT file a cease and whoa nellie letter to ON3P for the potential brand name conflict. That's their job.
Anyway...if Scott Andrus wants support in his effort against Scott (Skis)...he's got my vote.
Never a dull moment in the ski industry...
By the way....every review I have read and every person I have talked to says Scott Andrus's ON3P skis just plain awesome. Period.
I am having a heck of time trying to get myself on a test pair since production is consumed immediately by rabid fans of his skis,
Check them out.http://on3pskis.com/