Monday, May 2, 2016

"The [United States Supreme Court] has agreed to hear a case over whether stripes, zigzags and colors worn on uniforms by cheerleaders can be copyrighted under federal law"

"With $330 billion in annual sales among apparel, footwear and accessories, any change in what’s copyrightable could have widespread implications, especially for companies that specialize in knock-offs of expensive creations."