Canada tackling trade mark trolls
One provision in Canada's national intellectual property strategy is to prevent the misuse of the registration system such as instances of “trademark squatting"
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 trademark registration system such as instances of “trademark squatting”.
Along with plans for copyright...
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