It will probably be a very long time before Italy’s Serie A Inter Milan (founded in 1908) and Major League Soccer’s Inter Miami (playing its first game next month) ever face off on the pitch.
However, Inter Milan took away a key victory in the first round of their trademark battle, as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office dismissed one of the two arguments made by Inter Miami that it should not be forced to change its name.
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