...number of "private" sessions take place in the sprawling Congress Center and around Davos. So many presidents and prime ministers came...
Memo to distillers everywhere: If you want to dribble red wax on a liquor bottle, you'd better start off by making a call to the intellectual property lawyers who represent a certain Kentucky bourbon
The makers of VitaminWater rack up successes in court as they snag would-be imitators with trade dress lawsuits
The success of Glaceau's VitaminWater was built on aggressive, edgy marketing. The company was so successful that The Coca-Cola Co. bought Glaceau in 2007 for $4.1 billion -- the largest acquisition
As VitaminWater's popularity and distribution grows, so does the number of would-be imitators. The company's small but feisty legal department may not be able to stop competitors from bottling and se
Call the makers of VitaminWater in Queens, N.Y., and a recorded female voice that sounds strikingly similar to Fran Drescher's in The Nanny asks if you're thirsty. "Well, you're in luck," she says. "
Within five months, Sven Erik Holmes went from sitting in an Oklahoma court as a chief federal judge, to standing in federal court as chief legal officer for KPMG. Holmes had nothing to do with the c
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