By  on August 27, 2019

There is a new front in Los Angeles Clippers player Kawhi Leonard‘s lawsuit against Nike over a logo design that both parties have laid claim to: where to do battle in the first place. 

On Monday, Leonard argued that the suit should remain in California, where he filed it in June, and not be moved to Oregon as the Beaverton, Ore.-based activewear giant is seeking to do. A venue battle may seem somewhat administrative, but in this context, it speaks to key points of contention in the case: how was the logo in question conceived, and are there actually two distinct logo designs at issue here?  

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