You have decided to form a group to return the swastika symbol to its original Sanskrit meaning – “su” means “good,” “asti” means “to be”, and “ka” is a suffix. You apply to the trademark office to have the swastika registered to your group, and the office refuses, citing the Lanham Act section 2(a). Can you refute the PTO’s designation of your symbol as disparaging, scandalous, or immoral? How can you convince the PTO officer that your mark is different?
Answer to relevant QuestionsList and explain three theories of jurisprudence. When is a work protected by copyright? 1. In its opinion, the court noted that NEPA demands process, not specific results. What is meant by that phrase? 2. After 9/11, do you think that it is reasonable to impose a requirement that all federal buildings, military ...Massive Construction Company has bought almost all the beachfront property on Luxury Island, a remote island off the coast of Florida. Massive intends to build luxury condominiums on the island along with a 5-star hotel and ...1. Defendant argued that the government’s definition of official act expanded the scope of the statute by making any act done by an official an “official act.” He argued that he did not commit an “official act” ...
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