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Supreme Court rejects trademark appeal from Washington Redskins

You can print this Washington Redskins on any T-shirt you please. (Getty Images) Sell all the Washington Redskins paraphernalia you want. There’s nothing Dan Snyder can do about it. For now. The Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Redskins, who hoped to reverse an earlier U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruling that canceled the team’s trademarks based on a policy that “prohibits registration of marks that may disparage persons or bring them into contempt or disrepute.
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