2nd Injunction Hearing Set In Houston Law School Name Fight

By Michelle Casady (October 19, 2016, 11:24 PM EDT) -- The University of Houston Law Center and the South Texas College of Law — which was ordered by a federal judge in Texas last week to temporarily stop using its new name, Houston College of Law, until trademark infringement claims can be resolved — will have a week to talk about how to implement the order.

At a hearing Wednesday afternoon, U.S. District Judge Keith P. Ellison told the parties he wouldn't order them to mediation as South Texas College of Law had requested, but to be back in his courtroom in one week for another hearing regarding how to implement...

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