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14 November 2002

Anheuser-Busch wins Budweiser dispute on appeal

The New Zealand Court of Appeal has found that the use of the word 'Budweiser' on bottle labels produced by Czech beer company Budweiser Budvar infringes the trademark rights of the US brewer of Budweiser, even though the claims of passing off and confusion were rejected.

12 November 2002

Kenman court changes approach to shape marks

In Kenman Kandy v Registrar of Trademarks, the Full Federal Court has allowed the registration of a shape trademark, thereby shifting the country's approach to such marks. The majority's decision may also have an impact on the registration of sound, scent and colour trademarks.

11 November 2002

Lifelines limited for game manufacturer

UK company Celador Productions Ltd, producer of the popular television quiz show 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?', has persuaded the Delhi High Court to stay the manufacture and sale of a board game in India called 'Who Wants to be a Crorepati?' until a final decision is made regarding trademark infringement.