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JAVACAFÉ: Clearly Descriptive in the French Language

Posted by Larry Munn on February 24th, 2009

Following up on an earlier blog posting, we note that the Supreme Court of Canada has refused leave to appeal from the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision in Shell Canada Limited v. P.T. Sari Incofood Corporation.  The Court of Appeal earlier concluded that JAVACAFÉ when sounded as two words was clearly descriptive, in French, of [...]

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Canadian Law Blog Awards: the 2008 Clawbies

Posted by Jeffrey Vicq on December 31st, 2008

I am happy to report that this blog has been selected as the “Best Practitioner Support Blog” in the 2008 Clawbies – the Canadian Law Blog Awards.  We are delighted to be recognized for our efforts, particularly given the number of excellent law blogs in Canada. This award caps off a banner year for us [...]

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Trademark Blog Grows Again!

Posted by Jeffrey Vicq on December 8th, 2008

We’re pleased to advise that we’re adding yet one more person to the Canadian Trademark Blog team namely, Tasha Coulter. Tasha has been practicing law here at Clark Wilson LLP since 2005, though we’ve only just recently been able to convince her to join our rag-tag band of bloggers. In addition to her work in [...]

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