Hershey Co. has filed a complaint in Pennsylvania federal court alleging that LLB Imports infringes its trademarks and trade dress for several of its products, including Reese’s, York, Cadbury, Malteser, Kit Kat, and Rolo. Hershey Co. v. LLB Imports LLC, No. 14-1655 (U.S. Dist. Ct., M.D. Penn., filed August 25, 2014). According to the complaint, LLB Imports has been selling Toffee Crisp, Yorkie, Maltesers, Cadbury, Kit Kat, and Rolo products manufactured outside of the United States bearing nutritional information panels required by other countries, and the sale of the products allegedly infringes trademarks and trade dress owned by or exclusively licensed to Hershey. In addition to several trademark infringement claims, the candy company alleges that Toffee Crispinfringes the trade dress for Reese’s, citing its shade of orange and outlined yellow script, as well as the trade dress of Cadbury, Kit Kat and Rolo. Hershey asks for an injunction, a declaration that LLB violated the Lanham Act as well as Pennsylvania trademark dilution and business injury laws, an order directing LLB to begin a corrective advertising campaign, the recall and destruction of any infringing materials, damages, and attorney’s fees.