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Not just anyone can lay claim to the name Borghese, carried by the Italian noble family that has included rulers, philosophers and even a pope. Perhaps not even the Borgheses themselves. The issue over who may use the Borghese history, at least for marketing purposes, is at the center of one of the most contentious lawsuits facing trial in New York courts this summer.