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A Change In Design: Canada's New Industrial Design Act And Regulations
On January 28, 2014, the Government of Canada tabled a number of intellectual property law treaties in Parliament to harmonize Canada's patent, trademark and industrial design laws with international laws.
Canada
12 Dec 2018
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Key Changes To Canada's Trademark Law
Nearly five years after the Government of Canada tabled a number of intellectual property law treaties to harmonize Canada's patent ...
Canada
12 Dec 2018
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A Change In Design: Canada's New Industrial Design Act And Regulations
On January 28, 2014, the Government of Canada tabled a number of intellectual property law treaties in Parliament to harmonize Canada's patent ...
Canada
7 Dec 2018
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Keep Your Cannabis Brand From Going Up In Smoke
Under Canada's Trade-marks Act, a person is not entitled to use a trademark if that trademark contravenes a Canadian federal statute.
Canada
9 Sep 2018
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Upcoming Changes To Canada's Trademark And Anti-Counterfeit Laws
Canada officially took the step towards the implementation of the Madrid Protocol when it introduced Bill C-31, the Economic Action Plan 2014, No. 1 (Bill).
Canada
9 Aug 2018
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Upcoming Changes To Canada's Trademark And Anti-Counterfeit Laws
Canada officially took the step towards the implementation of the Madrid Protocol when it introduced Bill C-31, the Economic Action Plan 2014, No. 1 (Bill).
Canada
24 Jul 2018
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"Passing Off" A Trademark: A Discussion Of Common Law, Statutory Codification, And Civil Law
Canadian trademark law offers protection to registered and unregistered trademarks, trade names, and other business indicia under the common law action of passing off.
Canada
4 Jul 2018
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Major Changes To Canada's Trademark Laws - What Every Business Needs To Know
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history.
Canada
18 Jun 2018
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Public Display Of English Trademarks In Québec: The Saga Continues
On April 9, 2014, the Honorable Michel Yergeau of the Superior Court of Québec rendered a much-awaited judgment on the controversial issue of trademark displays in a language other than French.
Canada
10 Feb 2016
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Major Changes To Canada's Trademark Laws—What Every Business Needs To Know
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history.
Canada
4 Aug 2014
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The Recent Decision Of The Superior Court On The Display Of Trade-Marks Will Be Appealed
On May 8th, the Government of Quebec decided to appeal the judgement on the controversial issue of trade-mark displays in a language other than French.
Canada
15 May 2014
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A "Sign" Of Things To Come - How Bill C‐56 Will Change Canadian Trade‐Mark Law
On March 1, 2013, the Canadian Government introduced Bill C‐56, "An Act to amend the Copyright Act and the Trade‐marks Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts".
Canada
21 Mar 2013
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Counterfeiters Beware - Canada Introduces New Law To Deal With Counterfeit And Pirated Products
On March 1, 2013, the Canadian Government introduced Bill C‐56, otherwise known as the Combating Counterfeit Products Act.
Canada
20 Mar 2013
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Sound Marks
As a result of a recent Federal Court order, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) will now be accepting applications for trade-marks that are sounds.
Canada
2 May 2012
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OLF Targets The Use Of English On Commercial Signage In Quebec
This week the "Office québécois de la langue française" ("OLF") officially launched a campaign targeting the use of English trademarks on the commercial signage of companies operating in Quebec.
Canada
29 Nov 2011
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Supreme Court of Canada Decisions on "Famous" Trade-marks
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
Canada
16 Jun 2006
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