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Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands Supreme Court Case

Corporate Counsel, etc.
October 28, 2016

"The U.S. Supreme Court is about to delve into a dispute over cheerleading uniforms that could clarify a huge question in the fashion industry: When is an article of clothing or accessory eligible for copyright protection?"

"Cheerleading Case at SCOTUS Has High Stakes for In-House IP Counsel," Corporate Counsel (Subscription required)

"Five Supreme Court Takeaways on Cheerleader Uniforms, Laches for Patents,"

"Five Supreme Court Takeaways on Cheerleader Uniforms, Laches for Patents," The National Law Journal

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