Musashi vs A-Sashi: Nestle wins trademark battle

By February 27, 2016 No Comments

Small business owner James Christian has been forced to stop trading after losing a courtroom battle against Nestle over the use of the word “A-Sashi”.

Christian started an online vitamin business in 2013 known as A-Sashi Vitamins for which he registered a business name, domain name and used logos incorporating the word A-Sashi. But Nestle, as the owner of a range of trademarks for dietary supplements incorporating the word Musashi, sued Christian for trademark infringement.

More on this story at the Sydney Morning Herald.

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