Trademark

IFFCO denies its Tiffany Break infringes the Kit Kat trademark

Nestlé appeals South African Kit Kat ruling

By Oliver Nieburg

Nestlé has lodged an appeal to overturn a South African high court decision that found IFFCO’s Break brand did not infringe the Kit Kat trademark.

Cadbury India isn't fazed by the loss of three of its old eclair label trademarks

Cadbury 'happy to forfeit' three lost Eclair trademarks

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Mondelez-owned Cadbury India has lost three of its Chocolate Eclairs label trademarks as part of an eight year tussle with Indian conglomerate ITC Ltd, but is playing down the consequences.

Cadbury India rebranded its eclairs as Choclairs in June and believes Lotte is encroaching on its trademark rights

Mondelez in ‘Choclairs’ row with Lotte in India

By Oliver Nieburg

Mondelez International subsidiary Cadbury India has been granted an interim injunction by a high court In Delhi preventing rival Lotte from selling products alleged to infringe Cadbury’s Choclairs trademark.

Mondelēz lodges appeal against trademark decision

Mondelēz takes trademark appeal to High Court

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Mondelēz International has appealed against the New Zealand trademark authority’s decision to OK rival Whittaker’s registration of its Berry Forest chocolate bar, despite protestations that it is too similar to Mondelēz's own Black Forest brand.

Orkla argues that it is unfair that factories that used to produce major Soviet brands can now longer do so because United Confectioners owns most trademarks and has refused to issue licenses

Orkla questions United Confectioners Soviet brand monopoly

By Oliver Nieburg

Orkla Brands Russia has hit out at Russia’s leading player United Confectioners for keeping a monopoly on former Soviet brands, which were previously produced by every confectionery factory in the country.