DOI: 10.5176/2301-3710_JMComm17.27

Authors: Lin Allen

Abstract: Lee v. Tam is a case illustration of arguments involved in trademark license versus artistic liaison. This study examines the arguments in the Oyez record. Key terms: ethnicity, rock and roll, Supreme Court, The Slants, trademark “And the trademark examiner acknowledged that Mr. Tam’s sincere intent appeared to be to reclaim the word, to use it as a symbol of Asian-American pride” Mr. Stewart, Oral Argument, (p. 17)



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