This comment will focus on the way in which courts in the United States and the European Union have navigated the nontraditional waters of the relevant intellectual property statutes through their statutory interpretations, knowledge of common business administration, and their understanding of commerce. More specifically, this comment will focus on color trademarks, the threat of dilution, and how United States and European Union laws on this topic interact.
Recommended CitationTaylor Piscionere, Imitation May Not Always Be the Sincerest Form of Flattery: Why Color Wars in the United States and Europe May Result in Brand Dilution and Color Depletion, 25 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 43 (2013)
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