Description - Linguistic Battles in Trademark Disputes by Roger Shuy
Battles over knowledge, authority and power are often fought when two different fields address the same issues. This book takes a step towards showing how quite different fields, law and linguistics, can work together effectively in trademark cases. After presenting the basics of each field, readers are shown how linguistics was used in ten trademark lawsuits, five of which had opposing linguists on each side. Finally, suggestions are given to both linguists and lawyers.
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Author Biography - Roger Shuy
ROGER SHUY is Distinguished Research Professor of Linguistics Emeritus, at Georgetown University. He created the sociolinguistics programme at Georgetown, heading it for thirty years. After working in the applications of linguistics to literacy, medical communication and classroom language, he turned to the legal arena where he has consulted with attorneys, testified at trial fifty times, consulted with the US Department of Justice and has trained personnel in several federal agencies.