So accomodating

22 Jul

Anheuser-Busch cites prior registration of the trademark in the United States, and more recently its ownership of Budweiser Bier Bürgerbräu, when making a claim to the mark.Anheuser-Busch has also pointed to advertising campaigns where those predated any formal registration by either party, such as an extensive campaign in the 1930s in Italy that predated Budvar's 1940 registrations.I feel like my old beauty products should have had some major buyer bewares on them.For example, having been a huge spa-goer for years, I have often had a paraffin foot wax – sounds gross, but the process is quite painless.Enter my new beauty stash: Avalon Organics lotion (unscented), Korres Milk Proteins face wipes, Alba Botanica sunscreen, EOS organic lip balm, Spa Ritual nailpolish in Street Smart, Alive and Idyllic, as well as their top and base coats, Clairins Double Serum, Tarte 4-in-1 Mascara, Josie Maran 100% pure argan oil, Reversa anti-wrinkle eye cream, Korres Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Facial, Bite lipstick, Hourglass liquid foundation and of course, sunglasses for the summer. Japanese brands I am really fond of are Shu Uemura and Cle de Peau (yes, it has a French name). A lot of people have Guerlain fetishes, but I have yet to try their stuff.

It’s strange to think that it’s been ten years since I started putting in effort to ‘look good’ everyday and it only occurred to me after reading this book by an actress who stared in a film like for me to get it – that it is up to the consumer to know what they’re buying.) and sunscreen that has oxybenzone (causes birth defects). The Budweiser trademark dispute is an ongoing series of legal disputes between two beer companies who claim trademark and geographic origin rights to the name "Budweiser".Contracts between Anheuser-Busch and the two Czech breweries in 19 have also factored into some of the cases.These contracts allegedly gave Anheuser the right to use Budweiser as a "trade name or trade mark" while giving the European companies the right to use Budweiser "as descriptive of geographical origin".