The most important issue, though not the only one, is whether there is or is not a reasonable likelihood of confusion with the relevant consumer market. Thus, in general, the more similar the names, the higher the likelihood of confusion, the more similar the products, the higher likelihood of...Read more »
There are a lot of variables here that you have not provided, so understand that this answer is making some general comments that may not apply to your exact circumstance. So, in basic terms, multiple businesses can use the exact same name/trademark without conflict so long as there is not a...Read more »
If a competitior has their goods trademarked as a certain shade of blue and our goods is a different shade of blue, would that be considered infringment of their trademark? for example their product is orange and teal blue and ours is orange and royal blue. We currently do not have a trademark to... Read more »
Generally speaking, colors can be trademarked. Also, general speaking, whether a trademark is infringing depends on whether there is a likelihood of confusion, and that's a fact-specific analysis. A lot more information is needed to determine whether your mark would potentially infringe on...Read more »
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