Press Release – March 2, 2020
Seeking to prevent Molson Coors from launching its planned Vizzy hard seltzer, attorneys for Austin-based Future Proof, the makers of Brizzy hard seltzer, have filed a motion for a temporary injunction in federal court. A request for expedited discovery, to include documentation and depositions from Molson Coors, was filed in a separate motion.
“The Court, weighing all of these factors together, should find a likelihood of confusion and that Future Proof is substantially likely to succeed on its claim for trademark infringement,” the filing for injunctive relief states.
The lawsuit alleging trademark infringement was filed on February 6.
“We hope and expect the Court will hear these issues in the next 30 days before the announced launch date of Vizzy,” says attorney Chris Schwegmann.
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- CHRIS SCHWEGMANN DESCRIBES THE SIMILARITIES WITH BRIZZY AND THE LAUNCH OF VIZZY BY MOLSON COORS.
- CHRIS SCHWEGMANN EXPLAINS WHAT WE’RE ASKING FOR THROUGH THE LAWSUIT
- CHRIS SCHWEGMANN DISCUSS THE LATEST MOTION FOR A TEMPORARY INJUNCTION IN FEDERAL COURT
- CHRIS SCHWEGMANN DETAILS THE POSSIBILITY OF MARKETPLACE CONFUSION BETWEEN BRIZZY AND VIZZY
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