Aldi drags Dunnes to Supreme Court in legal row over advert

The German discount retailer alleges trademark infringement by its rival during a cost comparison campaign

10th December, 2017

Supermarket chains Aldi and Dunnes Stores are set for a Supreme Court showdown in a long-running trademark battle over in-store price advertising that has racked up seven-figure legal fees.

The German discount retailer alleges trademark infringement by its rival during a cost comparison campaign back in the summer of 2013 when Dunnes claimed it sold basic groceries like sausages, shower gel and tomato ketchup cheaper.

Earlier this year, the Court of Appeal overturned a High Court...

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