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A discussion on the intersection of rights of publicity and trademarks with the First Amendment included references to the BARBIE doll and “Grand Theft Auto”, as Aaron McDonald reports.
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First Amendment, BARBIE, Grand Theft Auto, trademark, INTA, INTA 2018