No break for Nestlé as high threshold is confirmed for proving acquired distinctiveness
In Nestlé v Cadbury the High Court dismissed Nestlé’s appeal against the registrar of trademarks’ refusal to register the shape of a Kit Kat chocolate bar following an analysis of the European Court of Justice ruling on the applicable test for proving acquired distinctiveness.
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