Joshua Bornstein writes:

U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, DCPresident Trump’s recent nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill Justice Kennedy’s seat on the United States Supreme Court has caused some concern about his potential impact
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It is not often that a court of law can issue a landmark opinion laden with profanity and sexual innuendos.  But last Friday,
Continue Reading Federal Circuit Decision Leaves Lanham Act’s Provision Barring Registration of Immoral and Scandalous Marks “FUCT”

Charlie Nelson Keever writes:

The Supreme Court ruled this morning that a federal law that prohibits the government from registering trademarks that “disparage” others violates the First Amendment.

Members of
Continue Reading Supreme Court: The Slants Keep Their Name – “Disparagement” Clause Violates the First Amendment

Just four days after the Actor Age Censorship Law (AB 1687) took effect on New Year’s Day, the controversial anti-age discrimination statute was forced to bear arms as IMDb, the
Continue Reading IMDb Declares War on “Actor Age Censorship Law” and Seeks Preliminary Injunction Against Enforcement

Who would have thought a handful of textbooks purchased in Thailand and shipped to the U.S. would be the subject of repeated discussion at the United States Supreme Court?  Once
Continue Reading A “Textbook Case” Of Copyright Fee Awards:  U.S. Supreme Court To Address Circuit Split Regarding The Standard For Attorneys’ Fees Awards In Copyright Cases