Cointreau Corp. lobbed a trademark infringement suit in New York federal court Friday in a bid to prevent cannabis company Canopy Growth from selling its CBD-infused sparkling water drink "Quatreau,"
Cider maker Bulmers Ltd. has told a London court it is owed cash by one of the U.K.'s largest commercial horse racing organizations after it went ahead with a festival despite concerns about coronavir
The company that makes Guinness will serve up partial refunds to people who bought its Extra Stout beer in Massachusetts, according to a proposed class action settlement filed in federal court Tuesday
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Anheuser-Busch and Heineken asked a New York federal judge on Wednesday to dismiss an intellectual property lawsuit alleging Heineken infringed Anheuser-Busch's patented inventions designed to protect
A Bacardi customer on Monday slammed a federal judge's dismissal of his suit claiming the liquor maker used a harmful and illegal ingredient in its gin, telling the Eleventh Circuit that just because
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
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
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
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