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Trademark Claim Support Alter Ego Theory (access required)

A softball association has stated a claim against an individual defendant based on a theory that he is the alter ego for defendant softball organization, supported in part by the association’s claims for trademark infringement. Plaintiff York Amateur Softball Association claims to own the service marks “Virginia Legends Fastpitch and Design” and “Virginia Legends.” It has ...

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