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Toronto Woman Must Pay Damages To Celine, Givenchy, Dior, And Louis Vuitton In Counterfeit Sales Case
Natalie Mary Tobey sold counterfeit Celine, Givenchy, Dior, and Louis Vuitton merchandise through a retail business operating at various locations including a home on Old Yonge Street in Toronto
Canada
20 Aug 2019
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Popular Netflix Series "Anne With An ‘E'" Disputing Infringement Claims
In 1908, Anne of Green Gables was published and it launched the literary career of Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Canada
7 Aug 2019
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The Canada Border Service Agency Wants To Help You Maximize Brand Protection
I often find that small to mid-level business owners assume that branding is for the bigger fish in the pond who have unlimited budgets and perhaps worldwide
Canada
7 Aug 2019
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The Klaws Are Out: Nike Countersues Kawhi Leonard Over "Klaw" Logo
About a month ago, NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard filed a lawsuit in California accusing Nike of falsely laying claim to his "Klaw" logo
United States
26 Jul 2019
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Chanel Loses Double "C" Trademark Infringement Case In China
The 110-year old couture house has lost a trademark infringement case it brought against a Chinese jewelry store that was selling goods brandishing a similar logo to the iconic Chanel double "C" logo.
Canada
25 Jul 2019
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Kim Kardashian Drops Kimono Brand Name Amid Outcry
Last week I wrote an article about the uproar over Kim Kardashian's Kimono brand. Here's a link to that article if you didn't read
Canada
12 Jul 2019
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Kim Oh No! How A Catchy Branded Wordplay Has Kim Kardashian In Trouble
No matter how you feel about her, there is no denying that Kim Kardashian is a pop culture phenomenon and a successful businesswoman.
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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Hola Bienvenido! Canada Adopts The Madrid Protocol To Enhance International Brand Protection For Canadian Brand Owners
Sweeping amendments to the Canadian trademark regime came into force on June 17, 2019. As part of those amendments, Canada became a member of the Madrid Protocol, which allows Canadians to
Canada
10 Jul 2019
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You Say "Local", I Say "Locale": Joey Tomato's Trademark Dispute
Joey Tomato's (Canada) Inc. is the owner of the LOCAL trademark and, according to its trademark application, the LOCAL trademark is used in relation to restaurant, bar, and lounge related goods and services.
Canada
10 Apr 2019
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Trademark Update: Amendments To The Trademarks Act Finally Coming Into Force June 2019
In 2014, the Canadian government passed legislation which made significant changes to the Trademarks Act.
Canada
29 Mar 2019
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AGCO Releases Cannabis Retail Store Licensing Expression Of Interest Lottery Rules
This afternoon, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario ("AGCO") released its rules for its Cannabis Retail Store Licensing Expression of Interest Lottery (the "Lottery").
Canada
8 Jan 2019
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Benjamin Bloom Quoted In "A Man Is Selling Hackintoshes For $329, And He Really Hopes Apple Won't Mind"
Benjamin Bloom was quoted in " A man is selling Hackintoshes for $329, and he really hopes Apple won't mind" on the legal grey area Hackintoshes present in intellectual property ownership.
Canada
9 Sep 2016
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Nortel And The Problems With Valuing Intellectual Property*
Perhaps more so than ever, intellectual property has become one of the more valuable assets of many companies.
Canada
10 Feb 2016
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When Can A Former Employee Compete?
The company’s customers were major Canadian telecommunications companies such as Bell Canada and Rogers.
Canada
9 Apr 2015
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Nice And "Use"-Less: Major Changes To The Trade-Marks Act
Currently, goods and services in Canadian trademark applications are not described using the classes defined in the Nice Classification.
Canada
28 Jan 2015
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Favicons: A "Brand" New Kind Of Trademark
It turns out that there is a new frontier in trademark law, but you have to look very closely at your computer screen to see it.
Canada
15 Dec 2014
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The Truth About Adobe Systems Incorporated v. Dale Thompson DBA Appletree Solutions And The BSA
If you have received a demand letter from the business software alliance, here is something you should know.
Canada
9 Dec 2014
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Privacy Rights, Copyright Holders’ Rights, And The Internet
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Canada in a motion brought by Voltage Pictures LLC in a copyright infringement case provides an interesting insight into the way in which the Court will balance privacy rights, on the one hand, and the rights of copyright holders on the other hand.
Canada
20 Mar 2014
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Privacy Rights, Copyright Holders’ Rights, And The Internet
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Canada in a motion brought by Voltage Pictures LLC in a copyright infringement case provides an interesting insight into the way in which the Court will balance privacy rights, on the one hand, and the rights of copyright holders on the other hand.
Canada
20 Mar 2014
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Its IP Licensee Is Insolvent
When a licensee of intellectual property becomes insolvent and enters, either voluntarily or involuntarily, into a restructuring or insolvency process, there arise two key issues.
Canada
15 Mar 2012
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