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Supreme Court Upholds Offensive Trademarks, Sides With The Slants

Patch Monday, 19 June 2017
Supreme Court Upholds Offensive Trademarks, Sides With The SlantsPatch Long Branch-Eatontown, NJ -- The Supreme Court decision is a victory for the Portland-based band and, likely, for the Washington Redskins, who latched on to the suit.
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News video: Supreme Court Decides Government Cannot Refuse Disparaging Trademarks

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On Monday, the Supreme Court said that the government cannot refuse to register trademarks considered to be offensive. The ruling is a win for the Asian-American rock band called the Slants and it also offers a boost to the separate legal fight over the name of the Washington Redskins. According to...

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