Media Mentions
June 14, 2024

Supreme Court Rules ‘Trump Too Small’ Trademark Violates Lanham Act

Jennifer Mauri was quoted in an article published this week by World IP Review covering the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the ‘Trump Too Small’ trademark case. In the piece, Jennifer provides keen insights into the court’s unanimous ruling that upheld the Lanham Act’s names clause as content-based but viewpoint-neutral. Her analysis suggests that while the decision is ‘narrow,’ it may leave room for future constitutional debates on similar issues.

Jennifer A. Mauri

Senior Associate
Class Action & Complex Litigation, Intellectual Property
Internet, Software & Technology