Volokh Ponders the Trojan Doctrine

In trademark law, a mark that is deceptively misdescriptive is not registerable. But what if the mark (falsely?) imputes bad qualities to the goods? Eugene Volokh argues we need a Trojan Doctrine to cope with that one.

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