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Wild Geese founder slugs it out in court with drinks heavyweights

André Levy, the owner of Protégé, is chasing Irish Distillers and Bacardi in two separate legal disputes in Ireland and the US

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
19th July, 2020
André Levy, the owner of Protégé International, last Friday applied for permission to take his case against Irish Distillers

The founder of an Irish whiskey company has ratcheted up a pair of high-profile legal battles with two of the world’s biggest drinks companies.

André Levy, the owner of Protégé International, last Friday applied for permission to take his case against Irish Distillers, the company that owns Jameson whiskey, to the Supreme Court.

And the previous week he took Bacardi, the rum maker, to the US federal appeals court...

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