Battle of the bricks: Mowbray-owned Zuru's claim against Lego 'fails in its entirety'

Battle of the bricks: Mowbray-owned Zuru's claim against Lego 'fails in its entirety'
Zuru founder Nick Mowbray has been battling with Lego in the courts. (Image: Supplied)
Riley Kennedy
A high court judge has ruled against Mowbray-owned toy company Zuru’s claim that it should be allowed to use a trademark of Lego on some of its packaging.But, while the Danish toy giant succeeded in establishing an infringement of its trademark, it lost its counterclaim alleging Zuru breached the Fair Trading Act.The legal fight between the two toy manufacturers dates back to 2018 when, through The Warehouse, Zuru began selling its Max Build More blocks marketing it with the statement “Lego Bricks Compatible” on the packa...

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