Trade mark trolls arrive in Canada
IP practitioners describe a “Wild West” trade mark situation in Canada ahead of the elimination of the use requirement. The number of “all-class” applications is soaring
As part of the amendments to the Trademarks Act to be
enacted on February 1 2019, the use requirement will be
eliminated entirely. This appears to be encouraging trade mark
Canada will be adopting the Nice classification system,
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