Global Trademark Resources Print Page Page Image Current IssueArticle ArchiveTMR Search 100th ANNIVERSARY: January-February, 2011 Vol. 101 No. 1 Back to TMR Main Page A Century of Supreme Court Trademark Law By Edward Vassallo and Kristin B. Hogan Over the past century, the Supreme Court has decided approximately 40 cases that are substantively focused on trademark law. In this article, the authors provide a brief history of the past century of the Court’s consideration of trademark issues. They first examine the Court’s treatment of descriptive and deceptive trademarks; then move on to trade dress, and then infringement, with all its surrounding questions; and finally conclude with brief notes on dilution and on the special issues surrounding Olympic trademarks. The Trademark Reporter is available to INTA members only. Please go to Member Login at the top of this screen to access the full articles.