No store, no problem: Federal Court’s broad interpretation of ‘use’ good news for non-Canadian retail trademark owners
The Federal Court of Canada has reaffirmed that providing ‘retail store services’ does not require a bricks-and-mortar establishment or direct delivery of products to Canada to constitute use of a trademark in Canada
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