Canadian and U.S. Trademark Prosecution:
Northern (high)lights and key differences that brand owners and counsel should know
Replay of Webinar Recorded on Thursday, July 8th
Given the free flow of goods, services and information between Canada and its largest trading partner the United States, brand owners may assume that trademark protection north of the border will flow just as freely. Not so. When it comes to defending your brand in Canada, the world’s largest undefended border is full of pitfalls of which U.S brand owners and their trademark counsel should be aware. In this webinar we will highlight key differences between Canadian and U.S. trademark prosecution that often come as a surprise to brand owners looking to protect their trademarks in the Great White North.
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