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Intellectual Property – 'Last Best' – Trademark – Implied Repeal (access required)

A district court erred in refusing to enforce a 2006 statute that prohibited the use of federal funds to register or enforce any trademark of the phrase "The Last Best Place," on the ground that an implied repeal of a portion of the Lanham Act, through appropriations riders, is so disfavored as to be disallowed. Congress ...

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