11th Circuit Sides With Artist In University's Trademark Case

11th Circuit Sides With Artist In University's Trademark Case

ATLANTA - In a partial reversal, the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on June 11 found that First Amendment interests in artistic expression "clearly" outweigh any consumer confusion that might result from an artist's renderings of legendary college football plays by the University of Alabama football team (The University of Alabama Board of Trustees v. New Life Art and Daniel A. Moore, No. 09-16412, 11th Cir.).

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