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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

After Losing Federal Trademark Case, 'Houston College of Law' Changes Name To 'South Texas College Of Law Houston', Abandons Color Red

South TexasFollowing up on my previous posts (links below): Press Release, University of Houston System Wins Trademark Dispute as Local Law School Adopts New Name:

The University of Houston has prevailed in its federal trademark lawsuit against South Texas College of Law, which briefly changed its name to Houston College of Law earlier this year. The college announced today it has changed its name once again to satisfy a court order. The 93-year-old private law school is now South Texas College of Law Houston and will feature the color navy in future marketing efforts to distinguish the new name.

Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:

http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2016/11/houston-college-of-law-changes-name-to-south-texas-college-of-law-houston-abandons-color-red.html

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