THE NEW CANADIAN TRADE MARKS ACT
AbstractGiven widespread reform regarding trademarks, this article examines some of the changes made by the new Canadian Trade Marks Act, using the American position as a point of comparison. The author focuses first on what he sees as two of the most interesting and urgently needed changes to the law: assignment and licensing. He then considers a number of other changes by reviewing the principles under the proposed reforms and examining how their differences from the Unfair Competition Act represent a break from the past.
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