Canadian IP strategy aims at stopping trade mark trolls
An intellectual property strategy unveiled in Canada includes a provision aimed at preventing the rise of trade mark trolls, in response to soaring all-class applications
The Canadian government unveiled its first national intellectual property strategy at the end of April, in which one provision was to prevent the misuse of the trade mark registration system such as instances of “trade mark squatting”.
Along with plans...
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