Federal Court once again affirms that "use" of a trademark does not require bricks and mortar for non-Canadian businesses
In Hilton Worldwide v Miller Thomson, the Federal Court of Canada has held that providing “hotel services” does not require a physical hotel in Canada to constitute “use” of a trademark in the country.
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