Deborah Gerhardt of the University of North Carolina, Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute, and Rebecca Tushnet of Georgetown University discuss a big First Amendment case.
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Does the government have to register a trademark that appears to “disparage” a group of people?
On January 13, 1988, the Supreme Court decided a First Amendment case with major consequences for student journalists.
It was a very interesting year.
Six years ago, an inmate in California and his lawyer convinced a judge that the Seinfeld-inspired holiday Festivus was a legitimate religious activity. The story made national headlines, but it also contained a few lessons about the legal system—and kosher food.