There’s no doubt that sports are a big business in the United States. College and professional sports generate money through ticket sales, television contracts and merchandise. But, in order to monetize merchandise, sports teams need to protect their trademarks, so they can sell hats, t-shirts and more with their unique logos and color schemes. And with big bucks comes big controversy, and three recent stories in the world of sports illustrate these trademark battles.
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