High Court upholds registrar of trademarks’ decision to admit new evidence after close of arguments in opposition proceedings
A recent High Court decision confirms that a writ of judicial review is a special remedy used only in the most deserving of circumstances, and suggests that parties can apply to file further evidence at any time in opposition proceedings as long as a decision has not yet been issued.
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