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Can A Color Be Trademarked?

Yes. A color can be trademarked if the color is so associated with the source of the goods that consumers automatically identify the color with the good or service. A good example of this is “Tiffany Blue” for jewelry.

Learn More About Obtaining A Trademark

To learn more about trademarks and how they can help protect your brand we recommend contacting our firm at 1 (800) 976-4904.

Brian A. Lincer

by Brian A. Lincer
Business Attorney and Intellectual Property Lawyer in New York and New Jersey

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