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A battle over the phrase “get lucky” may end in misfortune for all civil litigants in the US. An epic trademark case being fought by two clothes makers since 2001, that reaches the Supreme Court today, could have consequences well beyond trademark law.

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  • Today the US Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the latest battle in a long corporate war over the short trademarked phrase “get lucky.” The case at this stage is about a procedural issue—when and whether to raise certain defenses—so it has wide application far beyond trademark law and could end unfortunately for many.