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Nike, Foot Locker Suit Centers on Seminal Surfing Film

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Nike and Champs Sports may have run afoul of trademark laws in a case featuring a classic mid-’60s surfing flick. In a lawsuit filed on March 17, Nike and Foot Locker are alleged to have infringed on the trademarked intellectual property of the 1966 documentary, “The Endless Summer.” In its complaint, Bruce Brown Films, LLC…

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