Did you hear?... Converse has filed suit against Reebok

There's that French adage, "le plus ca change, la plus la meme chose (The more things change, the more they stay the same) that applies neatly to recent news from Massachusetts.
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There's that French adage, "le plus ca change, la plus la meme chose (The more things change, the more they stay the same) that applies neatly to recent news from Massachusetts. Converse has filed suit against Reebok claiming Reebok misappropriated Converse's "All Star" logo on its new Allen Iverson line of signature basketball shoes. Converse principals are former TNFers Bill Simon and Marsden Cason. SNEWS® View: Note the principals. Enough said.

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