Canada and the United States have similar systems for registering and protecting trade-marks, and franchisors need to be aware of the procedures used in both countries when establishing businesses on both sides of the border. This bulletin highlights some important differences that can trip up the unwary.
"Canada and the United States have similar systems for registering and protecting trademarks, but important differences exist that might pose a trap for the unwary. Franchisors on one side of the [more]"
"Toronto, ON: The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) is delighted to announce the May 1, 2007 appointment of John L. Rogers as its General Counsel, Secretary and Director. Mr. Rogers is a partner of [more]"
"Davis LLP is excited to be the first Canadian law firm to open an office in Second Life. Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, [more]"