Rogers Artistic-Relevance Test

Rogers Artistic-Relevance Test

Definition

A test that protects First Amendment rights by limiting liability under the Lanham Act. One whose trademark has been infringed by use in an artistic work cannot file suit unless the use of the trademark has no artistic relevance to the artistic work or the artistic work is misleading regarding its source or content.

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