FILE- In this file photo dated Tuesday April 8, 2008, showing British movie prop designer Andrew Ainsworth, who created the design for the Star Wars' stormtrooper white battle suits, arrives at the Royal Courts of justice in London. Britain's highest court on Wednesday July 27, 2011, ruled that previous court judgements were correct saying that the costumes were not works of art and not covered by British copyright law so Ainsworth is free to sell the outfits, But it agreed with Lucasfilm's lawyers that Ainsworth had violated Lucas's copyright in the United States by selling costumes there. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)

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FILE- In this file photo dated Tuesday April 8, 2008, showing British movie prop designer Andrew Ainsworth,  who created the design for the Star Wars' stormtrooper white battle suits, arrives at the Royal Courts of justice in London.   Britain's highest court on Wednesday July 27, 2011, ruled that previous court judgements were correct saying that the costumes were not works of art and not covered by British copyright law so Ainsworth is free to sell the outfits, But it agreed with Lucasfilm's lawyers that Ainsworth had violated Lucas's copyright in the United States by selling costumes there. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)
FILE- In this file photo dated Tuesday April 8, 2008, showing British movie prop designer Andrew Ainsworth, who created the design for the Star Wars' stormtrooper white battle suits, arrives at the Royal Courts of justice in London. Britain's highest court on Wednesday July 27, 2011, ruled that previous court judgements were correct saying that the costumes were not works of art and not covered by British copyright law so Ainsworth is free to sell the outfits, But it agreed with Lucasfilm's lawyers that Ainsworth had violated Lucas's copyright in the United States by selling costumes there. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)
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