Allied Lomar, Inc. v. Diageo North America, Inc.

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California Northern

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James Donato



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  1. November 23, 2016

    Competing Bourbon Cos. Agree To End 'Stitzel' TM Dispute

    Alcohol manufacturer Diageo and distiller Allied Lomar Inc. agreed to drop a trademark infringement suit in California federal court on Tuesday after the parties reached an undisclosed settlement over use of "Stitzel" in bourbon brands.

  2. May 23, 2016

    Bourbon Maker Says It Didn't Abandon 'Stitzel' Trademark

    Distiller Allied Lomar Inc. hit back on Friday at Diageo North America's move to toss an infringement suit over the "Stitzel" trademark for bourbon products in California federal court, alleging that a shortage of quality aged liquor was the reason it did not sell the products for years.

  3. May 09, 2016

    Bourbon Maker Says Rival Didn't Tap Disputed Trademark

    Bourbon-maker Diageo North America pressed a California federal judge Friday for a quick win in a suit accusing it of infringing the "Stitzel" trademark, saying rival distiller Allied Lomar Inc. hasn't used the mark in sales and has no valid ownership right to it.

  4. January 06, 2016

    Bulleit Bourbon Owner Can't Knock Out Trademark Suit Yet

    A California federal judge said Wednesday he's unlikely to throw out a lawsuit accusing Bulleit bourbon owner Diageo North America of infringing liquor distributor Allied Lomar's "Stitzel" trademark, saying Allied's complaint includes enough information for him to be "concerned" about the allegations.

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