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Thursday, June 19, 2014
The USPTO on the Redskins: cancellation 92046185
The decision authored by Judge Kuhlke noted the prior cancellation by the Board, which was reversed by the D. D.C., 284 F. Supp. 2d 96; 68 USPQ2d 1225 (2003). An appeal of that decision turned on the question of laches. 565 F.3d 880; 90 USPQ2d 1593 (CADC 2009)
The decision includes photographs of John Riggins and Doug Williams (in SuperBowls) [page 17]
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