Supreme Court Strikes Morality Standard for Trademarks

Mark Henry and Hannah Hungate Commentary


The U.S. Supreme Court makes a big change to trademark law, striking down a provision that precluded federal registration of trademarks that "consists of or comprises immoral, deceptive or scandalous matter." Here's a brief explanation of the history and process behind this decision.

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