In a win by an Atlanta lawyer, a federal judge has ordered a Lubbock, Texas, business to pay Texas Tech University at least $3 million for selling unlicensed clothing and novelty items sporting the colors, insignia and slogans of the school and its red-and-black-clad Red Raiders.

Texas Tech was represented by R. Charles Henn Jr. of Kilpatrick Stockton, who said the defendant business, Red Raider Outfitter, continued to sell Texas Tech gear after the school terminated its licensing agreement.

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