Nike Ads Violate 'I Will' Trademark, Under Armour Says

Law360, New York (February 22, 2013, 1:36 PM EST) -- Under Armour Inc. sued competitor Nike Inc. for trademark infringement Thursday in Maryland federal court, alleging the sports apparel giant has swiped its “I Will” slogan in a series of advertisements that debuted on Facebook and YouTube late last year.

The lawsuit, filed in Baltimore, claims Nike's use of the tagline is unlawful and will likely confuse customers who already associate “I Will” with the Under Armour brand. Under Armour seeks damages and an injunction that would prevent Nike from continuing to use the phrase or...
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