Posts Tagged: Color Trademarks


In re Forney Could Herald a Brighter Future for Color Marks

Trademarks consisting solely of a color applied to products or their packaging have been protectable under U.S. law for decades—if they meet a heightened standard …

Cadbury’s Quest to Strengthen Color Trademark Leaves it Vulnerable Following Nestlé Battle

Registering a non-traditional trademark, such as sound clip, position mark, or a color, can offer a significant competitive advantage in a world where goods and services are …
By Sharon Daboul
1 year ago 0

EP’s Louboutin Decision Opens the Door for U.S. Businesses to Protect Their Color/Shape Brands in Europe

The issue faced by the EU High Court was whether shape and color of Louboutin’s mark could be separated under the circumstances; i.e., whether color …
By Dr. Dariush Adli
2 years ago 1

Can You Trademark a Color?

Yes, under certain circumstances you can trademark a color... Examples of protectable color marks include: red soles for women’s high-heel dress shoes, where the rest of …
By Michael Bernet
2 years ago 3

Challenging Aspects of Protecting of Non-Traditional Trademarks: The Five Senses and Trademarks

In my previous article: Challenging Aspects of the Legal Protection of Non-Traditional Trademarks: Shape Trademarks, I mentioned that man has five senses and, accordingly, can perceive information, …
By Anastasia Zaitseva
3 years ago 1