The end of the year is coming up quickly, so I’m seeing a lot of holiday and wrap up posts lately! There’s been some great content on the ILN site this week, so without further ado, here is this week’s roundup!
- Defense Lawyers: Keep This Decision In Your Back Hip Pocket from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Bill Ruskin examines a recent decision that may help defense lawyers in cases where the plaintiff attorney doesn’t adhere to court-ordered deadlines.
- “Unlawful Use” When is Use not Trademark Use? from Fogler Rubinoff: Foglers’ Nancy Miller reviews a recent trademark matter they successfully handled for a client.
- No Name Cigarette Product Infringes the Marlboro Mark in Canada from Fogler Rubinoff: Foglers’ Colleen Spring Zimmerman discusses how Marlboro, using a no-name cigarette product that resembles their own brand, infringed on the mark and registration of Imperial Tobacco, who alone has the rights to this in Canada.
- Leaving Your Estate to a Pet – Is It Possible in Canada? from Clark Wilson: Clark Wilson’s Gordon Behan explains that while you can’t leave property to your pet directly in Canada, that doesn’t mean it’s not possible.
Happy reading everyone!