Use in Commerce is defined in Section 45 of the Trademark Act as a “Bona Fide Use of a trademark in the ordinary course of trade.” What is “Bona Fide Use”? Keep Reading to Find Out
A Step-by-Step Guide to filing a Canadian Trademark Application with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO), from beginning to end. Our trademark attorneys are here to help.
Universal trademark symbols that don’t serve as source identifiers are not eligible for trademark registration. Speak with a trademark attorney to determine if your trademark is eligible for TM protection
The Likelihood of Confusion Factors which determine Trademark Infringement is based on the Dupont Factors. Speak to one of our Trademark Lawyers to learn more.
The cost to register a trademark is determined by the Gov. filing fees ($275/CL or $225/CL) and the Service fee to manage, search, draft and file the trademark application