LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION?
From the Washington Post Magazine, August 22, 2014:
“At Appomattox County High School, the staff spent the summer changing its block-letter “A” logo on everything from sticky notes to uniforms after the licensing agency representing the University of Arizona sent the school a cease-and-desist letter claiming potential confusion among consumers. ‘Our lawyer said we should change it rather than litigate it,’ said Chris Dodge, the athletic director.”
Is there really a likelihood of confusion between the University of Arizona and Appomattox County High School? Just asking.
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