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An advocate-general (AG) was wrong to recommend that the Court Justice of the European Union (CJEU) should reject Nestlé’s attempt to trademark its four-finger Kit Kat shape, according to a majority of respondents to the latest WIPR survey.
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Advocate-general; Kit Kat; Nestlé; Cadbury; CJEU; Melchior Wathelet; trademark; UK IPO; shape trademark