By and  on January 14, 2010

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Joseph Abboud can use his name for commercial purposes, but only up to a point.

In an order handed down in U.S. District Court in Manhattan in Abboud’s long-standing legal battle with JA Apparel Corp., Judge Theodore Katz found that Abboud’s future use of his name in advertisements and other marketing materials must qualify as “fair use” and laid out in detail how that might look.

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