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Quebec Superior Court sides with brands in long-awaited trade mark decision

Michael Loney, New York

The Superior Court of Quebec has confirmed that businesses using non-French trade marks on public signs outside their premises do not need to add a French descriptor

The court issued its decision in the closely-watched case, Magasins Best Buy et al v Office Québécois de la Langue Français, on April 9.

Several companies including Best Buy, Gap, Old Navy, Wal-Mart and Costco sought a declaratory judgment against...

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