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Trademark Interlocutory Injunction Denied

Posted by Larry Munn on July 12th, 2013

A recent decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, setting aside the interlocutory injunction granted by the Chambers judge, illustrates how difficult it is to obtain an interlocutory injunction absent convincing evidence that satisfies the three part test for an interlocutory injunction.  In Kulyk v. Wildman (Weight Loss Forever Consulting), the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench [...]

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Declaring Control in Expungement Proceedings

Posted by Jeff Morton on June 10th, 2013

In De Grandpré Chait v. Mead Products LLC, the Trademarks Opposition Board (the “Board”) maintained the registration for YEAR-IN-A-BOX (the “Mark”), which is registered for use in association with calendars. At issue was whether the registrant, MeadWestvaco (the “Registrant”), had demonstrated sufficient control over the entity selling the calendars in Canada in association with the [...]

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Injunction for Trademark Infringement: Québec

Posted by Larry Munn on June 4th, 2013

In Solutions Abilis Inc. v. Groupe Alithis Inc., the Québec Superior Court granted the plaintiff an interlocutory injunction precluding the defendant from using ALITHIS as part of its corporate name or trade name or as a trademark.  The test for an interlocutory injunction in Québec turns on whether the rights which the plaintiff invokes are clear, doubtful [...]

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