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Germany goes colour blind

The German Federal Supreme Court has broken through the blockade of the German Patent and Trade Mark Office dismissing applications for abstract colours and colour combinations. Wolfgang von Meibom and Christian Harmsen look at the background and consequences of its landmark decision

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