This order does not go into effect until the team has exhausted its appeals. The next step for the team would be a federal appeals court and then the United States Supreme Court.
But as Judge Lee points out, even if the judicial system ultimately sides with the group of Native Americans fighting this in court, the team could still continue to use its name. The decision would mean that the team would no longer be protected by federal trademark protections, which means the team would have a harder time stopping independent sellers from using its logo on jerseys, for example.
As The Washington Post reports, the team has argued that canceling its trademark "would taint its brand and remove legal benefits that would protect against copycat entrepreneurs."
In Lee's opinion for the U.S. Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, he ruled against the team and agreed with a previous ruling from the federal Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.