Investors Try To Put Cap Back On Sodastream-pepsi Deal

SodaStream International Ltd. shareholders filed a proposed class action Thursday in New York federal court aiming to block the company’s $3.2 billion merger with PepsiCo Inc., arguing the fizzy-wat

 

Brand Battles: Starbucks Aims To Stop ‘anti-semitic’ Term

In Law360's latest roundup of new actions at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, Starbucks asks the board to block a mark it says has been used to "express extreme anti-Semitic views," college footb

 

Beer Maker To Face Trimmed Claims In Guinness Ad Suit

A Massachusetts federal judge has trimmed a proposed class action accusing the maker of Guinness Extra Stout of misrepresenting that the beer was brewed in Dublin when it was actually brewed in Canada

 

What Beer Marketers Should Know About State False Ad Laws

Recently, several class actions have sprung up alleging consumers were deceived as to where beer they purchased was produced. These complaints are uniformly met with a motion to dismiss, and in the op

 

Aykroyd’s Vodka Co. Can’t Get $4.3m Attys Fees In Ip Suit

A California federal judge on Friday officially granted more than $870,000 in disgorgement of profits to Dan Aykroyd's Crystal Head Vodka company after finding a rival stole its bottle's tra

 

Top 7 Trademark Rulings Of 2017: A Midyear Review

From karaoke tracks to SpongeBob Squarepants to Google to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the Slants and the Redskins, it was an action-packed first half of 2017 in the world of trademark la

 

Aykroyd’s Vodka Co. Nears $870k Win, Us Ban In Ip Row

A California federal judge tentatively ruled Tuesday that Dan Aykroyd's Crystal Head Vodka company is entitled to a U.S. sales ban and $870,000 in disgorged profits from a spirits rival that knoc

 

Fed. Circ. Revives ‘insignia’ Wine Trademark Fight

The Federal Circuit has revived a case filed by an "Insignia" wine brand that aims to cancel a trademark registration for "Bradley Star Insignia" cigars, saying the Trademark Trial

 

Trial Lies Merit Fees In Bottle Battle, Aykroyd’s Co. Says

Comedy legend Dan Aykroyd’s liquor brand on Friday asked that a rival found liable for infringing the brand’s skull-shaped bottle designs pay $4.3 million in attorneys' fees and costs

 

Dan Aykroyd Breaks Down Booze Bottle Angles In Ip Trial

Comedy legend Dan Aykroyd on Thursday told a California federal jury that a tequila company had ripped off his Crystal Head Vodka brand’s unique skull-shaped bottle, pulling out a ruler to disse

 
 
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