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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear H&M Case Versus So-Called ‘Copyright Troll’

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An upcoming Supreme Court case involving H&M could potentially mean more trouble for fabric businesses trying to copyright their designs. The court agreed Tuesday to consider a case brought by Unicolors, Inc., a Los Angeles-based company that claims H&M infringed on one of its copyrighted patterns. Unicolors originally sued H&M in April 2016 for selling…

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