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IP Deal At Heart Of King Dispute

At stake in Latest fuss between family factions is control of the King Center and its licensing pact with the King estate

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The suit filed against the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change by King's sons on the 50th anniversary of their famous father's "I Have a Dream" speech could gut the site of its historical exhibits and strip the center of its name, according to papers filed in federal court in Atlanta.

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