The latest legal squabble over the name began when Nolan and Baker tried to trademark Original Bucks Fizz - but were refused by G - who owned the original trademark. In return Nolan and Baker objected to G's continued use of the Bucks Fizz name, arguing that as their group had more original members they should have the rights to it.
However a ruling by the Intellectual Property Office has sided with G - stating that given Bucks Fizz existed ...
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