A California judge has refused to throw out a false advertising lawsuit accusing Coca-Cola of misleading shoppers by marketing a juice comprised almost entirely of apple and grape juice as a ‘Pomegranate Blueberry flavored blend of 5 juices’.
POM Wonderful scored a big win on Thursday after the Supreme Court gave it the green light to sue juice rival Coca-Cola for false advertising. But don't expect the floodgates to open with scores of similar lawsuits, says one attorney.
It’s not quite as dramatic as the Oscar Pistorius trial, but in the world of food law, a false advertising case brought by POM Wonderful against rival Coca-Cola is being followed just as closely. And all eyes will be on the Supreme Court on Monday, when...
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a dispute between Pom Wonderful LLC and the Coca-Cola Co. in which Pom accuses Coke of deceptive labeling and advertising for a pomegranate blueberry juice. The case examines whether the Food, Drug and Cosmetic...
Sweden-based group Vin and Spirit (V&S) has lost a legal
bid in the country's appeal court to continue using a
former partner's trademark on its wine
labels, following allegations that it
had supplied counterfeit...
The US Supreme Court has ruled that all consumers should be able to
buy wine directly from out-of-state vineyards, offering smaller
producers greater access to the market by diversifying selling
channels, reports Chris Mercer.