US Supreme Court finds cheerleading uniform designs copyright eligible
The Supreme Court has held that the designs in a cheerleading uniform satisfy the test for copyright protection in its Star Athletica v Varsity Brands ruling. Observers say the decision provides a standard test to be applied to the separability analysis
The Supreme Court has issued its Star Athletica v Varsity Brands ruling, holding that the designs in the cheerleading uniforms at issue in the case satisfy the test for copyright protection. This upholds a district court ruling that Star Athletica...
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