Recent trends in speech claims in US trade mark litigation
The Rogers test has proved little impediment to defending speech rights in US trade mark cases in the past year, while the trend for disputes over dog toys has also continued
Christine Haight Farley of American University-Washington College of Law has reviewed the year in US trade marks and identified a number of noteworthy cases, divided into different topics. “This year we have some really fun cases,” says Farley.
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