Puma avoids a restraining order in Roar lawsuit

The federal court of New York for the Southern District has rejected a request for a temporary restraining order against Puma, which would have prevented it from using teeth designs on its apparel. The plaintiff, Christophe Roberts, claimed that various designs launched by the Wild Cat to address NBA customers ...

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