No store, no problem: broad interpretation of 'use' advantageous for foreign retail trademark owners – International Law Office

No store, no problem: broad interpretation of ‘use’ advantageous for foreign retail trademark owners – International Law Office
No store, no problem: broad interpretation of ‘use’ advantageous for foreign retail trademark ownersInternational Law OfficeThe decision reaffirms the court’s position 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. So long as there is a sufficient …and more »
No store, no problem: broad interpretation of ‘use’ advantageous for foreign retail trademark owners – International Law Office