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Challenging Trade-Marks For Non-Use: Lessons From The Federal Court Of Appeal
In the recent case of Re Spirits International BV, 2012 FCA 131, the Federal Court of Appeal released a decision clarifying the conditions under which a trade-mark owner can rely on related-party use of their trade-mark.
Canada
8 Aug 2012
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Granting Licenses Without Jeopardizing Your Trade-Mark In Canada
Granting licenses has practically become an integral part of using and developing trade-marks. It helps expand a trade-mark's reach to cover a wider range of goods and services while mitigating the financial risks normally associated with this type of expansion; the owner of the trade-mark can rely on the expertise and network of businesses already established in the relevant areas of trade.
Canada
13 Feb 2009
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