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Boston Nike Store Pulls T-Shirts From Display After Mayor's Letter For Removal
Published June 27, 2011
SUITING UP: In Portland, Allan Brettman reported adidas has “accused Radii Footwear of infringing on its trademark in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Oregon.” adidas “wants to block" Radii from "selling two makes of its lifestyle shoes and is seeking damages.” Radii denies the allegation. Court records from ’08 revealed that adidas has pursued “at least 325 infringement matters” in the U.S., including “35 lawsuits and 45 settlement agreements” (Portland OREGONIAN, 6/25).