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Will Design Applicant’s wishes materialize at WIPO?

Global - February 6 2017 Design rights are intended to pertain to visual features of shape, configuration, pattern or ornament, or a combination of such features applied to a...

Tomas Karger, Toni Polson Ashton.

Yet another bump in the road to achieving a simplified global filing procedure for designs

Global - May 9 2016 The Standing Committee on the Law of Trade-marks, Industrial Design and Geographical Indications (SCT), at its 35th session held at World...

Toni Polson Ashton.

Defendants avoid oily mess in patent and design infringement case

Canada - August 2 2013 On June 7, 2013, the Federal Court of Canada delivered its decision in the case of Zero Spill Systems, in which Zero Spill Systems claimed...

Grounded: Bell Helicopter ordered to pay punitive damages for infringement of Eurocopter patent

Canada - March 1 2012 On January 30, 2012, the Federal Court delivered its decision in the case of Eurocopter v. Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Limitée (2012 FC 113), in which Eurocopter claimed infringement of its Canadian Patent No. 2,207,787 (the ‘787 patent) directed to helicopter landing gear....