IPWatchdog writes, “The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with Booking.com, ruling that a generic term paired with .com “is a generic name for a class of goods or services only if the term has that meaning to consumers.” The opinion was delivered by Justice Ginsburg and joined by eight members of the Court, with Justice Breyer dissenting and Justice Sotomayor filing a separate concurring opinion.”

Director Monica Riva Talley was quoted in the article “The Consumer is King: High Court Sides with Booking.com, Rejecting Per Se Test for Generic.Com Trademarks,” published by IPWatchdog.