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Go, Fight, Win: SCOTUS Says Cheerleading Uniforms Are Functional AND Creative

Stuffed miniature mascots in cheerleading uniforms. Monthly calendars featuring cheerleaders. Clothing designed to mimic cheerleading uniforms. What do all of these have in common? They are sold in university gift shops and, under the Supreme Court’s latest decision on cheerleading uniforms, they … Continue reading

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New Patent Application Examination Rules

On May 5, 2011 the United States Patent Office (USPTO) will begin the implementation of new rules for prioritizing patent examination.  Under Track One, the patent office will expedite the examination of Patents, within twelve (12) months for an additional … Continue reading

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