Legal Influencer

Q3 l 2020

Legal Influencers

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The Scent of a Crayon: Unique Complications with Scent and Other Non-Traditional Trademarks in Canada

Canada - June 16 2020 Do you know what a crayon smells like? Many of us would find the scent to be familiar and perhaps even nostalgic if we cracked open a box today…

Tasty Trademarks: An Analysis of the Canadian Trademark Applications Covering Taste

Canada - December 16 2020 Do you remember the PEPSI taste challenge? I have distinct childhood memories of lining up at the booth and trying to discern, by blind taste test…

Claim Canada: Restrictions on Commercial Use of Canadian Symbols

Canada - June 27 2022 In 1972, a Canadian Radio host held a contest, asking listeners to complete the phrase "as Canadian as…". The idea was to find a Canadian…

Antonio Turco

Out of the Ordinary: Requirements for Describing Goods and Services in Canadian Trademark Applications

Canada - September 7 2020 When filing trademark applications in multiple jurisdictions, owners may encounter a range of different issues and objections in the respective…

Cannabis Branding - Part 2: Restrictions on Promotion of Cannabis in Canada

Canada - December 2 2020 The Cannabis Act (the “Act”), effective October 17, 2018, decriminalized the use and possession of cannabis, by persons at least 18 years of age, in…

Anthony Prenol