A Federal Court determined that a registered trademark, TIMES GROUP CORPORATION, had been infringed by a confusing tradename, TIME DEVELOPMENT GROUP, per The Honourable Mr. Justice O’Reilly, 2016 FC 1075. Time Development Group Inc. appealed the decision to the Federal Court of Appeal.   Time Development Group Inc. v. Times Group Corporation: Plaintiff registered its corporate name as
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The Federal Court of Canada granted Sleep Country an interlocutory injunction against Sears’ use of “There is no reason to buy a mattress anywhere else” because it was causing a loss of distinctiveness to Sleep Country’s trademark, “Why Buy a Mattress Anywhere Else?” It appears that Sleep Country’s radio slogan, “Why Buy a Mattress Anywhere
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Canada Goose and Sears Canada sent a letter to the Federal Court of Canada in November 2016 to inform the court that they had settled their cases against each other just in time for the winter coat season. Sears Canada had been selling a variety of winter parkas with a furry liner along the brim
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The HERTZ System, Inc. v. HERC Equipment Rentals is a case filed in March 2016 in the Federal Court of Canada. Essential facts: HERC EQUIPMENT RENTALS INC. ON-1389811 Incorporated on 2000-01-24 Heavy equipment rental business based in Hamilton, Ontario Linkedin profile Trademark: HERC, Searched, 1775377 filed November 10, 2014, based on use in CANADA since June 2002. Claims:
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RE/MAX, LLC sued PROPERTY MAX REALTY INC. AND OTHERS for trademark infringement in Vancouver Canada according to Federal Court file T-545-16. PROPERTY MAX REALTY INC. appears to operate from propertymax.ca. Trademark Infringement and Passing Off PROPERTY MAX’s logo doesn’t look anything like the RE/MAX logo, the name includes the words “MAX REALTY” and that may be the basis for
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