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NBA PROPERTIES REACTS TO CHARGES BY APEX
Published October 27, 1994
The following statement was released by NBA Properties in response to the statement from Apex One regarding the legal action concerning the validity of Apex's license with the NBA: "Contrary to what Apex One said last week, there has been no ruling from the court that would in any way invalidate or call into question termination of Apex One's license by NBA Properties last August. The matter is still subject to litigation, and any further comment would be inappropriate" (NBA Properties). Apex One's license was revoked in August over concerns that a line of Apex apparel conflicted with the rights of another NBA licensee.