Rejection of injunction doesn’t address whether logo and name are discriminatory

Despite the dismissal of an injunction request attempting to stop the Cleveland Indians baseball team from using its name and logo during the play-off game against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday, lawyers involved in the case say the fight is far from over.
Rebecca Jones, partner at Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP, says the important thing is that failing the test for the injunction is different from a determination on the merits of their case.The issue centres on the team’s logo, Chief Wahoo, a red-skinned cartoon head with a toothy grin and a feathered headband considered …
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