Update trademarks in Canada before June 17, say counsel
Canadian counsel advise domestic and foreign trademark owners to apply for, renew, and classify their marks ahead of reforms set to come into effect on June 17
Amendments to Canada’s Trademarks Act were originally proposed in 2014, and have been more than five years in the making. The finalised changes will come into force on June 17, which include joining the Madrid Protocol, Nice Agreement, and Singapore...
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