The questions posed by Supreme Court Justices during oral arguments in a false advertising case brought by POM Wonderful against Coca Cola were nothing short of “astonishing”, according to one food law attorney that has been closely following the case.
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...
Pernod Ricard tells BeverageDaily.com it will ‘continue to fight’ for its alleged US trademark rights to the Havana Club name, but bitter rival Bacardi USA expects its pending federal application claiming the name to be granted and plans nationwide sales...
An investor behind a super-premium vodka brand whose website features US celebrities such as Meryl Streep is involved in a bitter legal battle with its creators, who have called him “uneducated and unstable”.
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.
Small vineyards claim that US wholesalers are fighting against
direct shipping in order to preserve the "monopoly" they hold. If
not this, then what exactly does the wholesaler fear? asks Kim