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Meta tags not considered "use" of trade-marks
  • Dimock Stratton LLP
  • Canada
  • January 20 2016

In Red Label Vacations Inc. v. 411 Travel Buys Limited, 2015 FCA 290, the Federal Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from the decision of Manson J


Federal Court Rules Internet Provider Should Not Recover Costs of Informing Clients of Motion for Customer Information
  • Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP
  • Canada
  • January 11 2016

In Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe, the Federal Court ruled that TekSavvy Solutions Inc. (TekSavvy), a non-party Internet service provider, could


Additional costs awarded to TekSavvy to produce names and addresses pursuant to Norwich order
  • Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
  • Canada
  • January 6 2016

TekSavvy has successfully appealed in part an earlier costs order relating to a motion to compel a non-party pursuant to Rule 238 (We previously


Canadian Copyright Law -Technological Neutrality
  • Fogler Rubinoff LLP
  • Canada
  • December 10 2015

Canadian Copyright Law is statutory law and its provisions are set out in the federal Copyright Act (the "Act"). Accordingly, there is a more


Supreme Court update - ephemeral copies, technological neutrality and the Copyright Act
  • Bereskin & Parr LLP
  • Canada
  • November 27 2015

The Supreme Court of Canada has released its much anticipated decision in Canadian Broadcasting Corp v SODRAC 2003 Inc., addressing the principle of


The “world wide” web: a recent UK approach to determining copyright jurisdiction
  • McCarthy Tétrault LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • June 23 2015

Determining a website's jurisdiction (or jurisdictions) can be complex. For example, the website may be hosted in one country, but receive visitor


Let’s play !
  • Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
  • Canada
  • June 18 2015

Il en a eu assez! Angry Joe, un des YouTubers les plus fameux en matière de vidéos Let’s Play a décidé d’arrêter complètement


Canada
  • Kestenberg Siegal Lipkus LLP
  • Canada
  • May 8 2015

Fighting counterfeiting in Canada involves the following legislation: the Trademarks Act (RSC 1985, c T-13); the Copyright Act (RSC 1985, c C-42


The art of concealment: use of a competitor’s trade marks in metatags held not to amount to copyright or trade mark infringement in Canada
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Australia, Canada
  • April 8 2015

The Federal Court of Canada recently handed down a decision which squarely examines whether the use of metatags can constitute copyright or trade


Online infringement & Norwich orders: best practices
  • Field Law
  • Canada
  • April 2 2015

When a copyright owner suspects online infringement, but lacks evidence of theidentity of the alleged infringers, it can seek an order to disclose