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Trademark Appeals Board Opinion Has People Asking: What the F**k?

, Corporate Counsel

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A 22-page legal opinion issued late last month by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board included a commonly used four-letter swearword beginning with the letter F—the one we tell our kids to refrain from using—as many as 86 times.

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  • Don

    This was a f**king interesting article! Too bad I couldn‘t share this f**ker on LinkedIn!

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