Cat Lamps and Van Gogh’s Shoes Make Cameo Appearance in SCOTUS Ruling

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In its ruling Wednesday in Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands, an important copyright dispute over the design of cheerleader outfits, the U.S. Supreme Court decided words were not enough.

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