So you have found the perfect green (or purple or orange) but what if someone else found it first?
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BP has been trying since 2002 to get its shade of green (Pantone 348C to be precise) registered as a trade mark in Australia. The Trade Marks Office has just knocked it back again. Which begs the question – when can you register a colour as a trade mark?