WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court Wednesday handed down a unanimous decision in favor of Nike Inc. in a trademark dispute over a footwear design with Already LLC, a Dallas-based apparel and footwear company doing business under the brand name Yums.
The justices ruled that an action filed by Already seeking to declare Nike’s trademark on a footwear design invalid was moot because Nike had already signed a covenant not to enforce its trademark against the company’s footwear style.
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