Report: Redskins merchandise worth $5 million
Thursday, July 24, 2003

Merchandise for the Washington Redskins brings in an estimated $5 million a year, The Washington Post reports.

The Redskins has exclusive rights to use the team name and logo. If its trademarks are canceled, others could make their own merchandise, the team argues.

Pro-Football Inc. is the corporation that owns the Redskins. It claims it will suffer negatively if a federal judge throws out the federal registrations.

Get the Story:
Judge Nears Ruling in Redskins Name Fight (The Washington Post 7/24)
Redskins, American Indians in Court Fight (AP 7/24)

Today on Indianz.Com:
Redskins name dispute in federal court (7/24)

Recent Decision:
Pro Football Inc. v. Harjo (March 4, 2003)

Patent and Trademark Office Ruling:
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (1999)

Relevant Links:
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