Grappling with the nuances of trademark law

By Laurent Carrière

Decisions focused on administrative proceedings, oppositions, infringement and the use of official marks kept Canadian courts busy in 2016, with a number of critical learnings for counsel

As it is often the case with any yearly review, it can be challenging to single out the most influential decisions when so many interesting cases have come before the courts. Nevertheless, below are a selection of what we believe to be some of the most noteworthy trademark cases to come out of Canadian courts in 2016.

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