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Supreme Court Punts On Redskins Trademark And NCAA Athlete Pay Cases

A case concerning the ability college athletes to profit off of their names, images and likenesses will not be heard by the Supreme Court. Neither will a case regarding whether the Washington Redskins' trademark should have been revoked based on perceived offensiveness.
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