By  on January 4, 2012

The battle of the red-soled shoes goes on and Yves Saint Laurent — which has been trading legal blows with Christian Louboutin on the issue since April — on Tuesday picked up the support of 11 law professors.

The professors, who research, write and teach trademark law and related topics, filed an amicus brief with the Federal Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and said Louboutin’s arguments to protect a single color in fashion “should be rejected in order to preserve freedom of innovation and competition.”

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