Band vows to challenge ruling on ‘disparaging’ trademark
Federal Circuit pulls the plug on ‘disparaging’ trademark application
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A US rock band that was denied a trademark because it was labelled “disparaging” has appeared in court to try to overturn that decision by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
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