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SCOTUS Paves the Way for FUCT Trademark, Causing a Bit of an Application Sh**storm at the USPTO

By Case Collard

“FUCT.”  You can pronounce it as four letters, one after the other.  Or you can pronounce it like Justice Kagan as the “past participle form of a well-known word of profanity.”  Either way, the word can be registered as a trademark under yet another civil continue reading...


Jul 19, 2019 06:00 am | Posted in: First Amendment, Trademarks

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