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Better Call Saul

NEW YORK — A federal judge dismissed a trademark suit against AMC over the network's depiction in its show "Better Call Saul" of a crooked tax preparation service called "Sweet Liberty Tax Services,” filed by the real Liberty Tax Service. To the extent the TV show used the tax service's marks, they were used in furtherance of the show's plot, highlighting the use of patriotic imagery to hide the characters' tawdry crimes.

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