Download e-book for iPad: Canadian Intellectual Property Law and Strategy: Trademarks, by John S. McKeown

By John S. McKeown

ISBN-10: 0195369424

ISBN-13: 9780195369427

Canadian highbrow estate legislation and process offers a finished evaluation of Canadian legislation when it comes to logos, copyright and business designs, in addition to strategic, practice-oriented remark concerning how such legislation can top be used for enterprise advantage.This ebook offers a distinct, strategic, transnational method of conserving IP rights in Canada for criminal practitioners outdoor Canada. it's a unmarried, unified resource for trademark, copyright, and commercial layout legislation in Canada, together with precise research of the tactics required to procure and preserve highbrow estate defense, with worthy examples drawn from the author's vast perform experience.Canadian highbrow estate legislations and technique is prepared into 3 parts:The first a part of the publication is dedicated to logos. The e-book, as well as offering an outline of Canadian trademark legislations, bargains with how a overseas trademark proprietor can use the method such a lot advantageously. The preliminary concentration is on acquisition of rights whereas later chapters describe the easiest recommendations to take care of and guard trademark rights in Canada.The moment a part of the publication is dedicated to copyright, with a extensive, business-oriented remedy that displays the possibly far-reaching influence of the legislation. The procedure is of a basic advertisement nature, emphasizing how rights might be safe in Canada. particular consciousness is given to realizing which rights can be found and the stairs that are supposed to be taken to guard these rights, even if through the suitable assignments and registrations, or enforcement activities within the Canadian courts.The 3rd a part of the ebook makes a speciality of commercial designs, and explains what has to be performed and whilst by means of brands to guard their items. The emphasis is at the steps required to guard and assert rights opposed to infringers.

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V. John Labatt Ltd. R. ). Galanos v. R. ). Gerhard Horn Investments Ltd. v. R. ). Baroness Spencer-Churchill v. R. ) Gerhard Horn Investments Ltd. v. C. ). General Motors of Canada v. R. ). 13 The limitation can also be overcome if it can be shown that the mark has acquired distinctiveness. 17 3. 18 There are two underlying policies associated with this limitation. 20 13. Subsection 14(1) of the Trade-marks Act and see Chapter 4, part 3(b). 14. Subsection 12(2) and see Matol Biotech Labratoriees Ltd.

R. ). 13. Section 2 of the Trade-marks Act. 14. Subsection 40(2) of the Trade-marks Act. Basic Definitions or services; b) the working conditions under which the wares have been produced or the services performed; c) the class of persons by whom the wares have been produced or the services performed; or d) the area within which the wares have been produced or the services performed. 17 The owner cannot use the certification mark directly18 but may license others to use the mark in association with wares or services that meet the defined standard.

31. Smith, Kline & French v. Reg. M. No. R. ); Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd. v. Apotex Inc. R. ). 32. Re Smith Kline & French Can. M. R. R. ); Novopharm Ltd. v. Bayer Inc. R. A). 33. Subsection 50(2). 34. Article 6quinquies. 35. Subsection 14(1)(b) of the Trade-marks Act and see Chapter 4, part 3(b). 36. Section 2 of the Trade-marks Act. ” This ensures that the owner of a distinguishing guise has the same rights as those available to a trademark owner, including the right to bring an action for the infringement pursuant to sections 19 and 20.

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