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Davies Collison Cave
Music history is replete with examples of artists and bands pivoting to alternate names for all manner of reasons.
Shelston IP
Whilst they may understand the laws of thermodynamics, this does not stop inventors from claiming to have achieved the impossible.
Spruson & Ferguson
Parties must "follow the rules" when filing evidence and complying with pre-hearing directions or risk cost consequences.
Spruson & Ferguson
The trademark opposition was unsuccessful as the opponent failed to establish similarity between the services concerned.
Spruson & Ferguson
A recent Australian Trade Marks Office decision has confirmed that the name of a film is not a trade mark.
Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP
A recent decision of the Federal Court, affirmed by the Federal Court of Appeal, scrutinized the applicant's evidence relating to an application to expunge a trademark registration
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
The U.S. Supreme Court recently confirmed that a "" term may be eligible for federal trademark registration in the U.S., in certain circumstances.
Minden Gross LLP
In Canada, even if you have applied for your trademark and obtained a certification of registration, there is still more to do to keep your trademark.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
In a recent trademark passing off case, TFI Foods Ltd. et al. v. Every Green International Inc., 2020 FC 808, the Canadian Federal Court granted an interlocutory injunction prohibiting...
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
L'Office de la Propriété Intellectuelle du Canada (OPIC) a annoncé le 5 août 2020 une dernière prolongation des délais qui prendra fin le 21 août 2020
Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala
Typically, registration of copyright in the United States requires a single application (and application fee) for each work in which copyright registration is applied for.
Torys LLP
In Salt Canada Inc. v. Baker, 2020 FCA 127, the Federal Court of Appeal has provided some much-needed clarification on the jurisdiction of the Federal Court, ...
Clark Wilson LLP
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office has just published notice of its decision to further extend the "designated days" period on account of continuing COVID-19 disruptions.
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office
China Sinda Intellectual Property Ltd
The Beijing IP Court has issued a preliminary injunction against a patent infringer in a pharmaceutical case earlier this year.
China Sinda Intellectual Property Ltd
China's National People's Congress (NPC) has recently published an updated Draft of Proposed Amendment to Chinese Patent Law.
Davies Collison Cave
China has long been an attractive location for companies to manufacture goods for distribution elsewhere
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office
Spruson & Ferguson
Tencent was successful in showing that the Chinese public associated the disputed term with Tencent.
Spruson & Ferguson
This decision, with hefty damages imposed, is a milestone for China's efforts to deter and combat unfair competition.
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