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Two members of American soul group the Commodores suffered a defeat in a trademark dispute over the band’s name after the EU General Court ruled in favour of founding member Thomas McClary’s Fifth Avenue Entertainment.
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The Commodores, trademark infringement, Thomas McClary, William King, Lionel Richie, European Union Intellectual Property Office, EU General Court