House of Pain's smash hit "Jump Around" is a timeless classic, second only to Primus's "Is It Luck?" in '90s basement party danceability. In addition to giving millions of young men an easily mastered dance move, the song also seems ideally suited for party companies that rent out bouncy castles. Thus we are not surprised that a company on Long Island named itself "Jump Around Rentals," and chose the slogan, "If You Want To Get Down Jump Around." Nor does it come as much of a surprise that the company is now being sued.

Erik “Everlast” Schrody is suing "Jump Around Rentals" for an “egregious violation” of "his intellectual property rights," which he takes very "seriously," according to court papers obtained by the NY Post. The lawsuit demands that the company immediately change its name and its slogan, and also disclose how much money its made thanks to House of Pain's hit single.

Jump Around Rentals, which is based in Wantagh, did not respond to a request for comment, but the lawsuit sets a troubling precedent for other '90s rap-related enterprises, like South Slope's Roots Cafe and Cypress Hills Cemetery.