CANADA: SWA welcomes Glen Breton ruling reversal

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 April 2008

A court in Canada has reversed an earlier ruling permitting a Canadian distiller using the word 'Glen' on one of its whiskies.

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A court in Canada has reversed an earlier ruling permitting a Canadian distiller using the word 'Glen' on one of its whiskies.

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