Washington’s professional football team has a new name—the Commanders—and, if recent history is any guide, the potential for trademark headaches.
The Cleveland Guardians of Major League Baseball famously failed to clear the rights to their name with a Cleveland roller derby team before announcing its name change last year, leading to a lawsuit that was settled in November.
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