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Craft Beer Trademarks: The Ol' Cease & Desist
Local Alberta breweries Elite Brewing (visited, love the carbon fibre bar) and Bow River Brewing have been on the receiving end of a cease and desist letter from the City of Calgary over a beer label for Fort Calgary ISA (a "richly hopped lighter bodied India session ale").
Canada
6 Jun 2019
2
Pour A Glass Of Trademarks
In time for the holidays, this is a tale of competing brands sloshing around the marketplace. Please enjoy responsibly.
Canada
2 Jan 2019
3
Case Summary: Copytrack Pte Ltd. v Wall
A British Columbia court has come out with one of the first Canadian decisions directly addressing the enforcement of rights to ownership of cryptocurrency
Canada
9 Nov 2018
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#Hashmarks: Can A Hashtag Be A Trademark?
Through its automatic web of connections, the humble hashtag has been repurposed: it's now associated with the cachet of internet fame.
Canada
7 Nov 2018
5
To Serve And Protect: The Many Reasons For A Trademark Registration
A trademark is the consistently used brand identifier of tens of thousands of consumer products and services you regularly see – the Apple "Apple", the Microsoft "Window", the Nike "Swoosh",
Canada
6 Nov 2018
6
Flippin' To The B-Side
In 2015, an Ontario craft brewer, Beau's All Natural Brewing Company (Beau's) applied for a trademark for B-SIDE BREWING LABEL, for use in association with Ontario craft beers.
Canada
10 Aug 2018
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The Blockchain Patent Gold Rush
It should come as no surprise, then, that banks are rushing to own a piece of this space.
Canada
26 Jul 2018
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Standing Out: Branding And Trademark Issues For Cannabis Companies
With the anticipation surrounding the upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada, it comes as no surprise that companies have been quick to take advantage of this budding industry.
Canada
27 Jun 2018
9
Is Software Patentable? Recent US Case Law Offers A Glimmer Of Hope
Many inventions involve software, and many inventors are interested in protecting such inventions with a patent.
United States
4 Jun 2018
10
"I Googled It": Generic Words And Trademark Rights
A registered trademark can suffer "genericide" if it becomes so commonly used that it transforms from a unique brand name into a generic word which is synonymous with a product or service.
Canada
1 Jun 2018
11
Trolls On The Bridge To Your Brand
The second important step businesses operating in Canada should take is to start monitoring all new trademark applications at CIPO.
Canada
17 May 2018
12
Are Your Personality Rights Protected?
The present day is marked by the propagation of cameras in nearly every device and the ability to instantaneously share and spread photos and information.
Canada
17 May 2018
13
The Google vs. Equustek Decision: What Comes Next?
The internet is borderless, right? So how does one country balance the rights of internet users within its own borders? And can a Canadian court reach ...
Canada
8 Feb 2018
14
Trademarks: Use It Or Lose It – And Prove It!
You may be surprised to learn that even after your trade-mark is registered, it can be expunged from the Trade-marks Register.
Canada
8 Feb 2018
15
Goodbye Floppy Disk, Hello Streaming Video: Trademark Evolution, Part 2
In the world of intellectual property rights, a registered trademark can live on for a hundred years or more. If you registered a trademark in the 1800s...
Canada
8 Feb 2018
16
Field Law Post-Secondary Summit
Field Law held its second Post-Secondary Summit on November 30, 2017 in Calgary. Brief summaries of the presentations given at the Summit are provided below.
Canada
19 Dec 2017
17
Emerging Law: Access Copyright v. York University
In the final presentation, Tom O'Reilly offered his insights into the ongoing case of Access Copyright v. York University.
Canada
19 Dec 2017
18
Bargaining Under The Alberta Labour Relations Code
After decades of bargaining outside of the Labour Relations Code ("Code") regime, Alberta post-secondary institutions must now collective bargain in accordance within the requirements of the Code.
Canada
18 Dec 2017
19
Sabotage And Intrigue - The University Of Manitoba Association Strike
Gregory Juliano (Associate Vice-President (Human Resources), University of Manitoba) discussed the University of Manitoba Faculty Association strike in 2016.
Canada
18 Dec 2017
20
A Sale In Canada Triggers Exhaustion Of Patent Rights In The US
"Patent exhaustion" is something we've reviewed before. To recycle an old line, the term "patent exhaustion" does not refer to the feeling you get when a patent agent talks for 3 hours ...
Canada
31 Jul 2017
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