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The Case of the ‘Missing S’

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At What Point Can Trademark Owners Claim Damages When a Registered Mark Infringes? Under section 19 of the Canadian Trademarks Act, “… the registration of a trademark in respect of any goods or services, unless shown to be invalid, gives to the owner of the trademark the exclusive right to the use throughout Canada of the trademark in respect of those goods or services.” (our … Continue reading The Case of the ‘Missing S’ »

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