Bud wars: Italy boots Czech beer

Kirkland, Joel
February 2002
Prague Business Journal;2/18/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p3
Academic Journal
Focuses on the reversal of Italian court decision on the prohibition to Czech exporter from using Budweiser name. Confirmation on the exclusivity of trademark rights of Budvar's legal nemesis; Vagueness of the use of the Budweiser trademark; Setbacks of Budvar.


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