Not so sweet: court limits use of state of register evidence


In the recent McDowell v Laverana decision, the Federal Court of Canada relied on new evidence submitted in a 243-page affidavit to determine that there was a real likelihood of confusion between the marks HONEY MOMENTS and HONEY and HONEY & Design. The decision is a reminder to applicants defending an opposition that good evidence wins cases.

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