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“Disparaging” trademarks – the Supreme Court may take up a difficult conflict between trademark law and the First Amendment

Last year, the Federal Circuit ruled that Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1052(a), which prohibits registration of “scandalous, immoral, or disparaging” marks, could not be used to deny registration of the mark the “Slants” for an Asian-American band, because Section 2(a) violates the First Amendment.

Florida Supreme Court says agencies that unlawfully withhold public records must pay attorney’s fees, even if they acted in good faith

The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that a prevailing plaintiff in a Public Records Act case is entitled to recover statutory attorney’s fees from the public agency that unlawfully denied access to the records.

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