Gimme a C! … for copyright

August 2015
Business Insurance;8/31/2015, Vol. 49 Issue 18, p0034
The article reports that cheerleader uniform producer Varsity Brand Inc. prevailed in its appeal in the copyright lawsuit it filed in the U.S. against uniform retailer Star Athletica LLC involving its uniform designs as of late August 2015.


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