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By Rodney Ikeda
Corporations incorporated under the Ontario Business Corporations Act will be required to maintain a register of all real estate ownership interests that the corporation has.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the EU's highest court has confirmed that a Wi-Fi service provider is not responsible for copyright infringement that took place using the Wi-Fi services provided by them.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the Federal Court found that use of the business name "Time Development Group" infringed a registration of the trademark TIMES GROUP CORPORATION.
By John McKeown
A recent U.K. decision provides a review of the law relating to a claim for passing-off based on the shape of a product.
By John McKeown
Below is an excerpt from John McKeown's November 2016 Monthly IP Bulletin.
By Catherine Willson, Jordan Barris
On August 3, 2016, eleven of Canada's leading building professionals and associations wrote to the Canadian government, advocating for recommendations that would improve the energy efficiency of buildings.
By Catherine Willson
An important environmental issue with respect to construction that does not attract a lot of notoriety is that of bird-friendly construction bylaws.
By Stanley Naftolin
One of the solutions I try to use, as have others, is the mediator's proposal which should only be used at the end of the negotiating process in order to break the impasse.
By John McKeown
Below is an excerpt from John McKeown's October 2016 Monthly IP Bulletin.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the Federal Court affirmed the Trademarks Opposition Board's decision to allow an opposition as a result of bad faith on the part of the applicant.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the Federal Court reaches a surprising result concerning a claim for infringement of a registered trademark.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the Federal Court considered an assertion of patent infringement that had been made to the defendant's customer.
By John McKeown
A recent decision of the Court of Justice, the European Union's highest court, considers the situations when posting a link on the Internet can constitute copyright infringement.
By Brian Campbell
Builder Bulletins are promulgated from time to time by Tarion to set out requirements builders must meet as part of the terms and conditions of continued registration.
By John McKeown
A brand has to be linked with a business strategy. The brand strategy must support the business strategy.