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Thursday, November 30, 2023

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Jack Daniel’s

A couple of months back, I composed about the U.S. Supreme Court’s choice to take part in some “scotch company.” Now, after hearing Jack Daniels’s appeal, SCOTUS has actually ruled in favor of the scotch brand name by holding that hallmark violation is not prevented exclusively due to the fact that the supposed violation consists of a comical message. The Court discovered that VIP Products’ Bad Spaniels logo design worked as a hallmark with source-identification functions and not simply as a parody mark, implying that the mark should be taken a look at under the probability of confusion questions needed by the Hallmark Act. This is a historical win for brand name owners worldwide. For more background and information on the this case, click here


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