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ADIDAS CASE REGARDING NCAA LOGO REQUIREMENTS BEGINS TODAY
Published February 1, 1999
adidas America, which has "already filed an antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA, is seeking preliminary injunction from the NCAA rule that restricts the use of logos on players' uniforms," according to Steve Rock of the K.C. STAR. A hearing begins today, and if adidas "gets its desired ruling," there could be no restriction on the logo sizes on team uniforms. Rock adds that the hearing is scheduled to last until Wednesday, but it is "unclear" when a decision will be reached (K.C. STAR, 2/1).