I guess so. I wasn't even aware of what case brought it in front of the supreme courtjesters, just that they actually got something right for once.

Well, in that case, a band of Asian-American performers that had named themselves The Slants had tried to patent that name with the US Patent and Trademark Office, but the latter wouldn't let them do it, citing prohibitions against patenting "disparaging" trademarks. The Court unanimously ruled that the prohibitions were crap. A correct decision, yes, but also definitely a "how the hell did this make it all the way to the Supreme Court" type of case.

Yeah, I looked up the case when you posted that. You never know why the Supremes decide to take one case and ignore another. They aren't accountable, so they just do whatever they feel like. LOL