You are in a grocery store and you see a product labeled as follows:
Contents: Bits of pork and shrimp in a cheese sauce.
Certified kosher by Rabbi Christopher McGonigle of Congregation Beth Messiah.
Is the manufacturer breaking any laws (civil or halachic) with this label? After all, the words "kosher" or "rabbi" are not copyrighted and the description gives the consumer all he needs to decide whether to buy. One could argue, however, that a non-Jewish consumer who buys kosher (80% of the kosher market!) may well be misled.