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If the shoe fits, they’ll copy it

Should the law protect fashion from knockoffs?

Jeannie Suk is helping Charles Schumer draft legislation that would give American fashion designers copyright protection. Jeannie Suk is helping Charles Schumer draft legislation that would give American fashion designers copyright protection. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff File November 2009)
By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / March 7, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE - Jeannie Suk is poised, elegant, but decidedly conservative in her attire of muted grays, browns, and blacks. She is as well known for her teachings on feminism as for being the first Asian-American woman on the tenure track at Harvard Law School. (Full article: 1519 words)

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