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Unlicensed women’s apparel infringing on college football star?

May 2, 2009 No Comments »
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TLL Daily Advisor has reported that a website is selling women’s thongs called “Teebows,” which are orange and blue in color.   What happens when you consider this product from the standpoint of college football star Tim Tebow?  And what happens when you consider that he plays for the Florida Gators, whose team colors are orange and blue?  Reportedly, the website included an image of Tebow and the Gators logo.  Another question concerns the restrictions college athletes are under to not license or endorse products.  When Teebow thongs come along, does Tebow have the right to sue based on his intellectual property rights?

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