whiskey-in-glasses.jpgIPNews® – Cointreau Corp. successfully persuaded a Texas federal judge on Tuesday to block all U.S. sales of a Mexican competitor’s rival orange liqueur that it claims dilutes its trademark for the Cointreau brand.

La Madrileña SA de CV has made and sold Controy orange liqueur in Mexico since the 1930s, and Pura Vida Tequila Co. LLC recently started importing it into the U.S. Cointreau, meanwhile, has been selling its orange liqueur since 1875 and has owned registered trademarks for the name in the U.S. since 1935. To continue reading, click: Cointreau Gets Rival Orange Liqueur Banned In Trademark Fight