College football in Alabama, as demonstrated by the recent national titles by Auburn University and the University of Alabama, is a big deal. One painter's efforts to cash in on this popularity brought a long-lasting lawsuit from the latter school alleging intellectual property infringement. This article reviews the import of a recent opinion by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in this ongoing litigation which was largely favorable to the painter.
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11th Circuit: Real life not endorsed; doesn’t need to be