Canada's anti-dilution remedy is not limited to registered trademarks: the bunny keeps going… and going… and going


In Energizer v Gillette, where Energizer sued Duracell for its use of Energizer’s registered marks and other terms, Canada’s Federal Court has provided some guidance as to the scope of a claim under Section 22 of the Trademarks Act.

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