Trademark News & Screw-ups Trademark Requests Using The “N-Word” Dramatically Increase Following SCOTUS Ruling

This is called "opportunity." When unreasonable and arbitrary limitations of individual rights are removed, people tend to look for ways to benefit from greater access to free market conditions. And just like most new businesses never get to celebrate their 3rd anniversary, the vast majority of these new "offensive" trademark applications would never create any real value for their owners. A trademark is only an asset when its owner is actually doing something with it that is supported by the market. And that's where most of these new applications will fail. Read my detailed comments on the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court at

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