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Under Armour Gets Md. Court For Steph Curry 'I Can' TM Suit

Law360 (March 6, 2018, 10:29 PM EST) -- Under Armour has sufficiently established that the District of Maryland has jurisdiction to hear the athletic apparel company’s assertions that its use of NBA superstar Steph Curry’s favorite Bible verse in its products does not infringe a smaller rival’s trademarks, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.

Battle Fashions Inc. sought to interfere with the apparel giant’s business in Maryland by notifying Curry, his agent and others of the dispute between the two companies over Under Armour’s use of “I Can Do All Things,” asking them to...
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Under Armour, Inc. v. Battle Fashions, Inc. et al


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1:17-cv-03223

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Maryland

Nature of Suit

Trademark

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Richard D. Bennett

Date Filed

November 1, 2017

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