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When a Trademark Owner Acts Like a Lewis Carroll Anthropomorphic Creature
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • December 6 2017

This is a case where two direct competitors coexisted in the Canadian luggage and bag marketplace until the junior company decided to play the role of


Shortened Limitation Periods for Patent Infringement in Canada
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • November 23 2017

It has been suggested recently that a limitation period of less than six years could apply to a cause of action for patent infringement in Canada if


Proposed Marketing Bans May Create Trademarks in Limbo
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • November 6 2017

As of October 6, 2017, Bill S-228 (the Child Health Protection Act in short) has passed through the Canadian Senate and awaits its second reading in


The Illusionary Uniformity of the Nice Classification
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • September 28 2017

Some people anticipate a growth in multi-national trademark registrations for Canadians when the Madrid Protocol is implemented. Others find this


What Class Do You Belong In?
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • September 22 2017

In anticipation of the implementation of the Madrid Protocol and Singapore Treaty, the Canadian Trademarks Office is allowing trademark owners to


30 is the new 42, Canada’s Upcoming Requirements for Late National Phase Entry
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • September 19 2017

Canada is currently in the process of modernizing and harmonizing its intellectual property laws to comply with a number of international treaties. As


Beyond Borders: Canadian IP Rights and Infringement by Exportation - Part Two
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • August 22 2017

The interaction between national borders and the jurisdictional nature of intellectual property rights raises complex issues regarding the


Beyond Borders: Canadian IP Rights and Infringement by Exportation - Part One
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • August 22 2017

The interaction between national borders and the jurisdictional nature of intellectual property rights raises complex issues regarding the


Beyond Borders: Canadian IP Rights and Infringement by Exportation - Part Three
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • August 22 2017

The interaction between national borders and the jurisdictional nature of intellectual property rights raises complex issues regarding the


There are Elements to Academic Freedom
  • SIM. IP Practice
  • Canada
  • July 31 2017

On July 12, 2017, the Federal Court of Canada released a decision in the case of Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency v York University (2017 FC 669