Justices Strike Down Law Banning Disparaging Trademarks

By ADAM LIPTAK June 19, 2017 WASHINGTON — In a decision likely to bolster the Washington Redskins’ efforts to protect their trademarks, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the government may not refuse to register potentially offensive names....

<div>In Atlanta, Murals as Art, and as Zoning Law Test Cases</div>

Atlanta is filled with murals, but an ordinance regulating them prompted a federal lawsuit. It is a dispute of art and municipal zoning that turns on constitutional principles.

Sidebar: Unions Come Into the Justices’ Cross Hairs, Again

The Supreme Court is likely to hear a case that revisits a question about public sector unions while shining a spotlight on Justice Neil Gorsuch.