Under Armour settles lawsuit with UCLA for $67.5 million

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Under Armour has agreed to pay UCLA $67,491,275 to settle a lawsuit filed by the school two years ago. In June 2020, Under Armour tried to terminate a 15-year, $280 million sponsorship deal signed in 2016, claiming that UCLA had not provided the “marketing benefits” the two parties had initially ...

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