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The long running saga began with Nestle’s 2010 application to register the three-dimensional sign (the Trade Mark) graphically represented below as a United Kingdom trade mark in respect of various goods in Class 30. This was opposed by Cadbury and then refused in 2013 by the UKIPO. Nestlé appealed against the UKIPO hearing officer's decision to refuse registration of the Trade Mark (except in relation to "cakes" and "pastries") and Cadbury cross-appealed against his decision.

Tuesday, 20 March, 2018