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    Erika represents clients in the food and beverage and CPG sectors, as well as in sports and entertainment, cosmetics, and beauty. She has experience drafting a wide variety of contracts and agreements, and has assisted businesses in ...

footballWith the Super Bowl coming up, it is important for brands looking to capitalize on football-themed promotions to remember that the terms “Super Bowl” and “Super Sunday” are registered trademarks guarded by the National Football League (NFL) more closely than a shutdown corner on a wide receiver. Because there is a fine line between permissible fair uses of Super Bowl and Super Sunday (e.g., in on-air banter and news and sports reports) and impermissible promotional uses that may infringe the NFL’s trademark, here are some guidelines to keep you from going “offsides:”

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