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B. The Supreme Court today decided to extend trademarks to potentially subversive or offensive names. The plaintiff in this case was a Portland band, but this case is likely to help the most famous and profitable offensively-named company of them all
In & Out BJ’s Pizzeria Dick’s Sporting Goods Jiffy Lube the Washington Redskins. LA Times
C. A busy day for SCOTUS, clearly, as the high court has decided to hear a Wisconsin case challenging state representatives’ use of political gerrymandering. Washington Post
D. Elsewhere in legal news, special counsel Robert Mueller just hired former federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann to join his investigative team. The new guy is especially skilled in “flipping” witnesses. Reuters
E. This weekend, a mistrial was declared in the Cosby criminal case, which Cosby counted as enough of a win to let out the Fat Albert catchphrase … But Cosby still faces a retrial and a number of civil cases against women, so may may may-be don’t celebrate too soon, Bill.