BLUEBIRD REGISTERED TRADEMARKS - HISTORY (UK & EU)
The Bluebird of North America has stirred people to write plays, songs and name their products after them since the turn of the century. A growing number of persons and businesses have sought to register the name to protect their endeavours. The following is a chronological look at goods and services registered and the Classes for which protection is established.
Readers should please note that the trademark register is not a conclusive list of persons trading or with rights to trade. This should be remembered, where traders acquire honest user rights by long use but fail to register at the Patent Office, and the Courts usually uphold their right to trade in these circumstances. Indeed, a mark may be granted under the 7 year honest concurrent trader rule. Additionally, traders may come to a private agreement involving licenses, etc., details of which licenses may not be in the public domain.
BLUEBIRD TRADEMARK HISTORY
The Ecostar DC50 electric city-sports car benefits from registered trademark protection for the blue bird logo and for the mark 'Bluebird' in connection with instant recharging of batteries, solar panels and motors, body parts, transmission, etc. As far as we know this is the first road vehicle to use the bird logo on a radiator grille.
This website is Copyright © 2015 Bluebird Marine Systems Ltd. The names Bluebird™, Bluefish™, Blueplanet Ecostar BE3™, Utopia Tristar™ and the blue bird and fish in flight logos are trademarks. The color blue is a protected feature of the marks. All other trademarks are hereby acknowledged.