Even with a couple of law degrees, I was having a hard time understanding this article from Tanzania over a legal dispute between breweries that has advanced from a tribunal, the Fair Competition Commission, up to the Court of Appeal until I narrowed the text down to this:
...SBL... complained... that TBL was removing its signage and posters from retail outlets countrywide... [and]... TBL... alleg[ed] that [SBL was] using its bottles and crates to park its products to the point even embossing TBL's bottles with its marks.
Holy dirty tricks, Batman! Taking the other guy's marketing crap from stores while the other other guy puts its branding on your beer? See, SBL is Serengeti Breweries Limited while TBL is Tanzania Breweries Limited. The first is a branch of the Diagio subsidiary by name of East African Breweries Limited while the second is a branch of SAB Miller. Oddly, the two main firms were apparently in partnership in the east African beer market until 2009. Which is just one year before the ruling being being appealed as described in the article. There integration or disintegration was still being discussed in the 2012 SAB Miller annual report... check out the note at page 56.
Neatest of all, the Fair Competition Commission of Tanzania actually has an online presence. Sadly, perhaps for you as much as me, the actual rulings appear to not be available but in the first FCC newsletter, the case between SBL (Diagio) and TBL (SAB Miller) is described as "complaint 2 of 2009" which means the hi-jinks (let's be honest) between the two brewing firms pretty much got going as soon as their partnership came apart. The implications are not minor as the value of the order being appealed in the case seems to be 5% of one of the firms annual gross revenue. Big money.
All of which give me the giggles that the high level international jet-settery of stateless corporations may boil down to guys from one firm ripping the other guy's posters down as the other guy's staff are plunking their labels on the first guys beer bottles. And you thought "crafty" was clever.