As we’ve reported to you over the past few months, Michael Jordan has been embroiled in a legal battle with Chinese brand Qioadan Sports, a company that sells knock-off versions of Nike’s Air Jordan line, including a bootleg version of the infamous No. 23 jersey without consent for which Jordan sued the company in 2013 for $183,000 for trademark infringement. Interesting enough, Jordan reportedly planned on donating the money to the growth of the sport of basketball in China. Courts have since ruled in favor of Qiaodan, which by the way, is the Mandarin transliteration of ‘Jordan’.
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