Chequerboards and checks – a textile pattern can be a trade mark

| Wednesday May 2nd, 2018

Those in dull colours provide a perfect background for accessories, those in full colours are visually attractive, and those enjoying top recognition have become symbols of luxury and are registered...
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Can a piece of furniture be a trademark?

| 08/03/2018

Companies in the furniture or design industry usually protect themselves against copycatting by registering their products as industrial designs. However, industrial designs are protected for a...
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Colour as a trademark – the battle of red soles continues

| 07/03/2018

To better distinguish themselves from rivals, businesses are increasingly often using colours to mark their goods or services. For example, we will have no problems recognising Milka chocolate by its...
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