Trademark MOULIN ROUGE, intellectual property laws.

Moulin Rouge® is a registered trademark of Moulin Rouge S.A., protected around the world with more than 300 trademark registrations covering a wide variety of services and products.

Famous throughout the world thanks to the French Cancan and Toulouse Lautrec, the Moulin Rouge is a privately held company. For more than 120 years, this legendary cabaret has welcomed millions of spectators who have come to admire the Moulin Rouge show. The company owns both the venue and the brand which has been in use in France continuously since 1889 and is still a very popular Parisian attraction with more than 600,000 spectators per year...

Protected by intellectual property laws, the trademark MOULIN ROUGE, the famous trademarked windmill, and images of the Moulin Rouge Cabaret and its live performances cannot be used for any commercial purpose without the written authorization of Moulin Rouge SA. Moulin Rouge has invested heavily in its brand protection, not only by registering its intellectual property around the world but also by pursuing infringers. Moulin Rouge is dedicated to preserving its image and brand and will take all necessary measures to prevent its valuable intellectual property from being diluted or tarnished.

Violaters of the intellectual property rights of the Moulin Rouge will be subject to civil and/or criminal prosecution.