Noelle Engle-Hardy

Bereskin & Parr LLP


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Is e-commerce changing the definition of trademark “use” in Canada?

Canada - April 17 2013 Several recent decisions of the Canadian courts and the Trade-marks Opposition Board (the "Board") analyze the impact of e-commerce on claims of…

Sharyn Costin

Sears' new mattress slogan put to bed by Federal Court

Canada - February 13 2017 The Canadian Federal Court rarely grants interlocutory injunctions in trademark cases, but for the second time in two years, an interlocutory…

Jonathan G. Colombo

New case law impacts interpretation of “use” in Canada with hotel services

Canada - March 5 2013 The recent decision in non-use proceedings, in Bellagio Limousines v. Mirage Resorts Inc. adds a new wrinkle to issues of trademark use for hotel…

Sharyn Costin

High times weeds out smokeshop and wins trademark dispute

Canada - December 9 2013 The Federal Court of Canada's decision in Trans-High Corporation v Hightimes Smokeshop and Gifts Inc.1 highlights the evidentiary onus on parties…

Good, Better, Best: The Importance of Carefully Describing Goods and Services

Canada - November 23 2016 The recent decision of the Opposition Board in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP v. Banks DIH Ltd highlights the importance of carefully describing…