Shanks v Unilever: £2m Supreme Court ruling paves way for disgruntled inventors
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The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has delivered a partial win for Unilever after it opposed the registration of a trademark that would allegedly be confusing against one of its own.
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