Presented by the Entertainment Law & Intellectual Property Section
Explore the impact of Iancu v. Brunetti, which held it unconstitutional to bar registration of trademarks deemed “scandalous” or “immoral.” Examine the USPTO’s response - refusing scandalous marks on the novel ground that “widely-used commonplace words” must be refused - and the implications for brand owners whose mark is a common word, such as APPLE or UNITED. Does it follow from Brunetti that other provisions of the trademark statute are unconstitutional? How are brand owners responding to the renewed focus on social justice? We will explore these topics and more.
Originally Recorded 9/29/20
John R. Sommer, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, Stussy, Inc.
Megan Carpenter, Dean and Professor of Law, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law
1 Hour of General CLE Credit
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