Brand owners seek clarification from Quebec Superior Court on language obligations
A number of retailers have asked Quebec’s Superior Court to clarify whether they must include French generic terms alongside their brand names when trading in the Canadian province. The ambiguity hinges on whether or not the display of brand names on stores is considered as use of a trademark or display of a commercial name under Quebec’s regulations on public use of the French language.
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