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Michael Loney, New York

The US Supreme Court now has five IP cases on its docket, after agreeing to hear the USPTO’s appeal of the case involving the FUCT mark

The US Supreme Court has granted
cert to the
USPTO’s petition in Iancu v
Brunetti
.

The question presented is: “Whether Section
1052(a)’s prohibition on the federal registration
of ‘immoral’ or ‘scandalous’ marks is
facially invalid under the Free Speech…

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