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US Supreme Court examines many angles in Slants oral arguments

Natalie Rahhal, New York


Supreme Court justices grappled with issues including whether trade marks are commercial speech rather than expressive speech, in oral arguments in Lee v Tam. Natalie Rahhal examines the arguments made and how the court may rule

slantsThe Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Lee v Tam on January 18.

The arguments – a transcript of which can be read here – were replete with what ifs and meandered into many areas of law: free speech, copyright,...


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