of course they should sue...
Att is trying to create a new brand so people wont know its ATT and they using the color magenta in an attempt to get customers to associate their crappy prepaid brand with with T-Mobile. You cant post pics here or I would but I just went to AIO and cut a color swatch from their homepage and then sent it to everybody in this room (techies). Then I asked em what company is that from? Everyone said T-mobile, cuz they dont have Pantone calibrated monitors and that professional printing color sample board in front of them to know its 3 shades darker. Of course T-mobile should sue, and besides ATT is an awful company.
lol, everyone look at the Tmobile Shill.
No, T-Mobile should not sue. Aio's logo doesn't even look like T-Mobile's. No one could actually confuse their logo for T-Mobile's, aside from a shade of magenta that isn't the same either. This is absurd.
Why would AT&T which is a much better brand ever want to have people think another one of their brands is owned by T-mobile.
T-mobile is a horrible brand and AT&T would never want anything to do with that trash and filth. If the buyout would have ...
This has to be the most absurd lawsuit I have ever read. o.O
I have a lawsuit of my own. I would like to sue everyone who gets the same hair cut as me. I have been using this hair cut since 94 on the grounds that it may create initial interest and confusion with others.
No, it isn't. Trademarks are extremely important and the law says that if you don't defend your trademark when it is infringed you lose it. T-Mobile's only options are file a lawsuit or lose its trademark. at&t will flinch, they will come to a de...
It's not even the same color, you twerps
The idea of a color on its own being a trade mark is kind of shady (omg punz) anyway, but these aren't even the same color.
Question: Did T-Mobile actually PAT to trademark the color magenta? If so, if someone actually took money for trademarking a color do they not have an obligation to enforce it?