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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Davidson v. State

... announces a transition to a new nickname and logo at the end of the Approval Period, or at anytime during the Approval Period," the NCAA would remove UND from the list of institutions subject to the NCAA policy and UND would retain any intellectual property or licensing ...