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Court of Justice of the European Union upholds General Court’s decision that a colour mark was invalid for lack of distinctiveness and confirms that designation of a mark as a “colour mark” at point of application is material to assessment of validity

Facts In August 2001, the claimant, Enercon GmbH, filed an application to register a EU trade mark for the following sign: The registration was sought for goods in class 7,… Read More