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Ms Ayesha also discussed humour in the disparaging political cartoons and spoke on the points such as the relevance of context, free speech dilemma, political cartoons and system of ethics and how cartoons demonstrated cultural awareness.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Tourism Minister Avedis Guidanian apologized for disparaging remarks he made about Egypt in an interview that was published Monday in The Daily Star.
Dubai: An employee lost his appeal and will be jailed for three months for deriding Islam by posting on Facebook a disparaging and mocking caricature of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him).
Historian Hugo Vickers confirmed to (https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/918279/The-Crown-season-2-Queen-dance-Ghana-Nkrumah-Netflix-historical-accuracy) Daily Express that Kennedy made "disparaging" remarks, but there was little evidence about the alleged beef.
Congress enacted the Lanham Act for two primary reasons: ensuring public confidence that a product is genuine, and preventing misappropriation of that product's identifiers by "pirates and cheats." (1) Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act prevents federal registration of scandalous, immoral, or disparaging trademarks.
disparaging marks are presumptively valid and can be denied registration
In reviewing the judge's decision, Mark Sommers, an attorney at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, said it "drew a hard line between the right to register a disparaging name and the right to use that name."
Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has canceled six federal trademark registrations for the Washington Redskins, ruling that the football team's name is disparaging ...
LOS ANGELES -- ''Duck Dynasty'' patriarch Phil Robertson -- suspended from the series indefinitely after making disparaging remarks about gays -- is getting some support from key followers.
" We won't settle unless they say it was in bad taste and disparaging. If they say it is not wrong, it means they intended to do so", the counsel submitted before Justice Mukta Gupta.
Summary: Montevideo: Uruguay's President Jose Mujica was left red-faced Thursday after disparaging remarks apparently aimed ...
How appallingly insulting and disparaging to our people.