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SENDLE has won its two-year ‘David & Goliath’ trademark battle with Australia Post and slammed the postal giant for ‘wasting taxpayers money’.

Australia Post came after Sendle in 2015, blocking them from registering their slogan “Post without the office”, claiming it was ‘deceptively similar’ to its own trademark.

Australia IP, the country’s trademark body, found in favour of Sendle, arguing it was “not satisfied that these trade marks are deceptively similar”.

Sendle chief executive James Chin Moody described the decision as a “win for competition and a win for common sense”, adding; “It’s definitely not a good use of taxpayers’ money and not a good use of our money, but we’re glad we stood up to them.”

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