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Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP | USA | 24 Jan 2011

This could get uggly

Ever wonder where the UGG brand name originated?


Dentons | USA | 12 Jan 2010

Court tells wireless giant: cashing in on famous pilot's accomplishments won't fly

A federal court has denied summary judgment in Charles E. "Chuck" Yeager's suit against Cingular Wireless in which the legendary pilot claims the company used his historic achievement as a pilot for commercial purposes in violation of the Lanham Act and California's common law right to privacy and right to control publicity and likeness.

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