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Colour combinations: getting back to WYSIWYG


Guidance on protecting colour combinations in Europe has evolved over time. But in the light of recent decisions is further clarification needed? Roland Mallinson investigates

It surprises the general public that anyone in business can “own” or monopolise a single colour as a trade mark. The idea that one of a fairly limited range of colours (a rainbow is said to include just seven: red,...


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