Canada Patent Law 2018: Impact & Changes

Canada Patent Law

Canada Patent Law 2018: Impact & Changes

Impact of 2018 Changes to Canada’s Patent Law The implications of amendments to Canada’s patent law at the end of 2018 remain unclear, but patent owners and those considering patent strategies in Canada should take note. Overview of Legislative Changes On December 13, 2018, Bill C-86, known as the Budget

Hugo Setzer

Hugo Setzer: Advancing Accessible Publishing

Making Books Accessible: A Milestone in Latin America’s Publishing Industry Hugo Setzer, the President-elect of the Global Distributors Association and CEO of Manual Moderno, a Mexico-based educational publisher, is spearheading a groundbreaking initiative. In his dual roles, Setzer is committed to delivering inclusive books in accessible formats for individuals who

Trademark Battle Unfolds

Annie Sloan vs. Jolie Home: Trademark Battle Unfolds

Legal Battle Unfolds: Annie Sloan vs. Jolie Home In a significant legal development, U.S. District Judge Mary Ann Vial Lemmon issued a crucial preliminary injunction on October twelfth against Jolie Home, LLC, and various defendants accused of trademark infringement by Annie Sloan Interiors, the U.K.-based creators of Annie Sloan® Chalk

Evolution of Trademark Law

Evolution of Trademark Law: Cadbury’s Purple Challenge

The Vulnerability of Non-Traditional Trademarks: A Case Study on Cadbury’s Purple Trademark The recent decision by the Court of Claim to reject Cadbury’s attempt to amend its trademark registration for the color purple underscores the challenges faced by older non-traditional trademarks in an ever-evolving legal landscape. This case highlights the