SCOTUS cheerleading decision brings sigh of relief for fashion innovators
Cheerleading uniforms may be copyrighted, says SCOTUS
Star Athletica v Varsity Brands: SCOTUS must get into ‘nitty gritty’
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The US Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday over whether a cheerleading outfit can have copyright protection in the Star Athletica v Varsity Brands case, with one justice giving fashion tips.
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