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26 Jun 2003

Anne Gearan, Associated Press

Supreme Court won't rule in case about Nike and anti-globalization campaign (USA)

The Supreme Court dismayed the corporate world Thursday by refusing to decide whether sneaker giant Nike's claim that its ads and statements defending overseas labor practices are constitutionally protected free speech -- not false advertising as a California activist alleged...Instead, the court dismissed the case without ruling on the merits of Nike's claim. That means a San Francisco activist can continue his lawsuit against the company...

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U.S. Supreme Court refuses to rule in Nike case; activist can continue lawsuit against Nike over alleged false statements about its labour practices

Nike lawsuit (Kasky v Nike, re denial of labour abuses)