News, Cereal And Underwear: Brandeis On Copyright And TM

Law360, New York (October 11, 2016, 12:56 PM EDT) -- Oct. 9 marked the 100th anniversary of Louis Brandeis’ first session as a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (Oct. 9, 1916, was the second Monday in October — in 1917, the court began meeting on the first Monday). This occasion is worthy of remembrance not only because of the historical importance of the man himself, but also because Brandeis was the first Jewish jurist (or non-Christian of any creed) to ascend to the high court, a fact that in large part led to an historically lengthy and nasty nomination process (then-former President and future Chief Justice William Howard Taft in...

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