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10 Aug 2011, 11:43 am
Viewed in that context, any thought a consumer might have that the words “Havana Club” indicate the geographic origin of the rum must certainly be dispelled by the plain and explicit statements of geographic origin on the label, according to the court.Survey EvidenceThe trial court properly disregarded the survey evidence as immaterial, because the Lanham Act does not forbid language that reasonable people would have to acknowledge is not false or misleading, the court concluded.The August 4… [read post]
20 May 2012, 1:11 pm
The AmeriKat has previously written on a separate but similar strand of the trade mark infringement dispute relating to the Puerto Rican and Cuban rum saga between Pernod Ricard and Bacardi (here and here) over the HAVANA CLUB mark.   [read post]