A company called Flying Dog Brewery, which makes a craft beer called Raging Bitch, has registered an important First Amendment victory for businesses that want to go to market with creative brand names, showing that regulators can be held personally liable for censorship.

“This was a great American company standing up for the First Amendment,” Flying Dog’s attorney Alan Gura, of Gura & Possessky in Alexandria, Virginia, told CorpCounsel.com on Wednesday.

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