Monthly Archives January 2016

Craft Brewing’s Internal Challenges

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on January 23, 2016  /   Posted in Articles

A recent article stirred the pot a bit in the craft brewing industry. Cheers Magazine interviewed Jon Taffer and asked him several questions about running a bar and/or restaurant business, one requesting his opinion on craft beer in 2016. His response was not all positive and Julia Herz of the Brewers Association disagrees with Mr. Taffer’s assessment and
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Guest Post | How to Avoid Costly Trademark Disputes – ShipCompliant | The software leader of the beverage alcohol industry

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on January 19, 2016  /   Posted in Uncategorized

FacebookTwitterLinkedIn The landscape for craft breweries has drastically changed over the last few years, and while we regularly hear about the overall industry growth, we too often read about the rise of trademark disputes coming with it. This problem is continuing to grow as more and more breweries enter the market and more and more brews
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Legal Experts Weigh In on Craft Trademark Disputes in 2015 |

Posted by Jason Gladfelter, M.A. on January 06, 2016  /   Posted in Uncategorized

What a year for craft litigation. Whether it was an attempt to define “craft beer” or efforts to own IPA, 2015 sure had its fair share of notable legal spats. So what do craft-minded attorneys think about the increasing amount of trademark disputes? Brewbound reached out to four of the industry’s leading experts in trademark
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