Slovak Supreme Court rules on Becherovka case
The firm Dajk of eastern Slovakia had no right to use an indication similar to the product of the company Jan Becher - Karlovarská Becherovka (JBKB), the Slovak Supreme Court decided, confirming the decision of a regional court made seven years ago.
The verdict cannot be appealed. Dajk was producing Slovak “Becherovka” based on a license contract it had bought from the family of entrepreneur Zdeněk Hoffmann, who claimed Alfred Becher had given his grandfather the recipe in 1939 to make sure it survived after World War II.
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