With Taran Atwal, Taran Atwal, Dana Bissoondatt, Dana Bissoondatt, Dana Bissoondatt, Dana Bissoondatt, Peter Cooke, Peter Cooke, Peter Cooke, Peter Cooke, George Kintzos, George Kintzos, George Kintzos, George Kintzos, John Lee, John Lee, John Lee, John Lee, Anna Loparco, Anna Loparco, Anna Loparco, Anna Loparco, Stefan Martin, Stefan Martin, Stefan Martin, Stefan Martin, Joe Rosselli, Joe Rosselli, Joe Rosselli, Joe Rosselli, Laura Safran, Laura Safran, Laura Safran, Laura Safran
On Friday, June 2, 2006 the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-awaited decisions in respect of the strength and scope of famous trade-marks.The Supreme Court has provided a clear statement as to the purpose of trade-mark legislation. While recognizing that many corporations now count famous brand names to be among their most valuable business assets, the Court has reaffirmed that the purpose of the Trade-marks Act is to act as a guarantee of origin, as well an assurance to the consumer of