Cadbury's sweet colour victory: a taste of things to come?
Lindt gold foil colour is trademark protected, German court rules
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Olivier Vrins, a trademark lawyer who is representing Veuve Clicquot in an ongoing dispute against Lidl over the colour orange, gives his observations on Cadbury’s success in protecting the colour purple.
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