As summer comes to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on some of the significant case law developments that occurred in 2018, which have, and continue to have, an impact on Canadian trademark law and practice. Our colleague Scott Lamb is a contributor to CLE BC’s perennially anticipated Annual Review of Law & Practice, writing the Trademarks chapter. Key litigation developments from last year are succinctly summarized in an excerpt from Scott’s chapter here.

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Athar Malik is a lawyer and registered Canadian Trademark Agent with Clark Wilson’s Intellectual Property group. His practice focuses on all aspects of Canadian trademark and copyright law, including clearance, prosecution, licensing and contentious matters.