Fox on the Canadian Law of Trademarks and Unfair Competition, 4th Edition remains the authoritative text for trademark lawyers and agents in Canada. It provides intellectual property law practitioners with the most comprehensive coverage of trademark issues available today. Topics included in this edition are Defining trademarks, distinctiveness and use; Passing off; Acquiring and registering trademarks; Trademark infringement and available remedies; Criminal offences; Defences to trademarks infringement and passing-off actions; Depreciation of goodwill; Likelihood of confusion; and Unfair competition torts. In addition to fully updated case law and legislative references it also includes new topics such as:
- Commercial transactions involving trademarks
- Trademarks opposition practice and procedure
- Impact of the Internet on trademark law and practice
- Constitutional aspects of trademarks, unfair competition conventions
Fox on the Canadian Law of Trademarks and Unfair Competition, 4th Edition has been substantially reorganized to meet the requirements of a modern trademark practice. It consolidates important propositions of law in order to avoid repetitive entries; as well it rationalizes the use of foreign case law, while ensuring that relevant American and Commonwealth decisions are included.
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