Lawyers applying to tribunals will find themselves at the mercy of onerous procedural demands. There’s an effort, however, to streamline things.
In a few short years, anyone with a couple hundred dollars will be able to register a trademark, whether it’s being used commercially or not. Trademark trafficking, and trolls, won’t be far behind.
Optimism reigns in the life-sciences sector as biologics become a major driver of market growth
As 3D printing technology becomes increasingly cheaper and more available, how will businesses cope with infringers who now have the capability to print toys, car parts and a wide variety of ...
Law firms may have different marketing tactics, but client relationships continue to be the most important priority
Upcoming amendments to the Trade-marks Act will mean significant changes, and uncertainty, for businesses operating in Canada
Non-pharma litigation, like oil & gas and trade-marks, is a growing part of Canadian intellectual property disputes
In 2013, Canada and 12 other countries agreed to participate in a new Global Patent Prosecution Highway pilot program that expanded the number of countries that could be used as offices of earlier ...
The life sciences sector has seen a huge increase in deal activity that includes regulation, litigation, competition and corporate law, IPOs and M&A work. Optimism reigns in this growing area
Elimination of prior-use requirement will make it easier for trademark registrants to press their claims
By Julius Melnitzer
CANADA'S BUSINESS community and most – but not all – of the ...