NEW YORK — U.S. designers received a different kind of legal aid this weekend when the American Bar Association’s section of intellectual property law backed stronger federal copyright legislation for fashion designs.

The section gathered during the ABA’s annual meeting in New York to take up competing resolutions on the matter and eventually passed an endorsement of the Design Piracy Prohibition Act or similar legislation.

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