4th Circuit Affirms: Display Of 'Flying B' Logo Qualifies As Fair Use

4th Circuit Affirms: Display Of 'Flying B' Logo Qualifies As Fair Use

RICHMOND, Va. - A Maryland federal judge properly found that "fleeting" uses of a "Flying B" logo in three NFL videos do not represent copyright infringement because the displays are "incidental" and qualify as a fair use, the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Dec. 17 (Frederick E. Bouchat v. Baltimore Ravens Limited Partnership, No. 12-2543, 4th Cir.).

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