Tonight: History may not repeat itself for the Redskins

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Today, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board canceled six trademark registrations owned by the Washington Redskins NFL club. A similar ruling was made in 1992, but dropped on appeal – Mola Lenghi tells us why the past might not repeat itself for the team.

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