An Asian American rock band wanted to call themselves "The Slants". Some well fed bureaucrat refused to let them trademark the name. He claimed "Slants" was derogatory.
Strange. I was in the Air Force, I did a turn in South East Asia during the Viet Nam war. We had a lot of bad names for things we didn't like, the enemy, the locals, the food, the weather, the service, and others. I don't remember "slant" as one of them. "Slope" you heard, and slant-eye ( as opposed to round-eye) you heard, but I don't remember "slant" by itself as a put down.
Any how they took this one to the Supreme Court, and won, The band may trademark "Slants". Owners of the Washington Redskins, and the Cleveland Indians, both facing similar harassment from bureaucrats are relieved. They figure they will win their Supreme Court cases.
Welfare for lawyers.