This examination concerns itself with two main questions: what qualifies as commercial speech and how much protection does commercial speech enjoy under the First Amendment when compared to other forms of speech. The trend of the Court indicates that commercial speech enjoys protections similar to political speech.
William W. Van Alstyne, Remembering Melville Nimmer: Some Cautionary Notes on Commercial Speech, 43 UCLA Law Review 1635-1657 (1996)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Fair use (Copyright), Copyright, Advertising, Freedom of speech, Constitution. 1st Amendment, Melville Nimmer
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