WASHINGTON — Nike Inc. experienced a legal setback Thursday that could eventually signal a new era in corporate-speak when the U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a case in which the activewear company sought free-speech protections for its defense against sweatshop allegations.

The case was widely watched for its potential implications on consumer product manufacturers, advertisers, public relations and media firms, and their First Amendment rights.

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