It has been about a decade since Stephen Feingold of Kilpatrick Stockton began his campaign to help Chippendales, the famous strip club that caters to women, try and nail down the strongest possible trade dress protection for the “outfits” its dancers wear before taking it all off.

You know the dancers we’re talking about, even if you only know them from the famous “Saturday Night Live” skit featuring the late, great Patrick Swayze and Chris Farley sporting bow ties, wrist cuffs and very tight pants.

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