Technology, Intellectual Property and Communications

Exploring the Concept of Trademark and its Relationship with use in the Digital Age

  • Erin Schachter
By Erin Schachter Lawyer
The Canadian federal Trademarks Act, R.S.C. (1985), c. T-13 [the “Act”] is far from new. It is a descendant of the Trade Mark and Designs Act of 1868, S.C. 1960, c. 44. The form of the Act has varied since its enactment, but the concept of “use” in Canada of a trademark persevered.

To read the article in the Extrajudiciaire of Young Bar of Montreal, click here.