In 2014 Nestlé pursued trademark infringement claims against Petra Foods Ltd on the basis of its prior rights in its two-finger shape and four-finger shape KIT KAT marks in Singapore. Petra successfully countersued for an invalidation of these shape marks, claiming that they were indistinctive. Nestlé appealed and this update outlines the Court of Appeal decision.

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