Texas, Breweries Settle Fight Over 'Alamo' Trademarks

Law360, New York (April 29, 2015, 4:30 PM EDT) -- Texas triumphed over two beer makers in a trademark dispute Tuesday with a settlement that bars the brewers from using the Lone Star State's signature Alamo mark for their businesses.

Both Alamo Beer Co. and Old 300 Brewing, which does business as Texian Brewing Co., were barred from using the Alamo silhouette on their labels. (Credit: court documents) The attorneys for Alamo Beer Company LLC and Old 300 Brewing LLC filed a motion for final judgment to approve the settlement in Texas federal court, declaring an end to a battle that began when Alamo Beer sued Old 300, which does business...

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