How to recognize pitfalls and how you can avoid them.
The registration of this trademark is the best tool for taking action against the registration of domain names, without a legitimate interest, by other actors in your activity sector acting in bad faith.More
What you need to know sooner than later regarding the upcoming amendments to the Canadian Trademarks ActNovember 28th, 2016
Our partners Johanne Auger and Frédéric Dionne have identified five key elements in light of the coming into force of the significant amendments.More
Our partner and head of the trademarks sector, Johanne Auger, offers an approach that will allow you to find a strategy focused on your needs. A five-point summary of her last training session.More
What to expect after the british vote?
Our intellectual property specialists suggest possible scenarios.More
Registering your trademark internationally is an important step to consider. The intention is good, but reality is more complicated.More
Be careful — some European geographical indications are protected under the Canada-European Union Free Trade Agreement!
You should be aware that the Canada - European Union Free Trade Agreement protects 179 geographical indications concerning foods and beer.More
Canadian trade-mark registration term reduced from 15 to 10 years – Early renewal of current registrations to be consideredSeptember 19th, 2014
Several amendments to the Trade-marks Act (the “Act”) are expected to come into effect at the end of 2014 or during 2015 and the Canadian government is currently working on amendments to the Trade-mark Regulations(the “Regulations”) and on transitional provisions to the coming into effect amendment to the Act.More