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18 Jan

Notoriously Bad Movie leads to Unprecedented Order for Security for Costs of Trial Judgment

Monday, January 18, 2021James R.G. CookLitigationCopyright, Rules of Civil Procedure, Ontario Court of Appeal , Copyright Act, Documentary Film-makers

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For perhaps the first time, the Ontario Court of Appeal has ordered an unsuccessful litigant to post security for costs of a trial judgment before being allowed to proceed with...

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21 Dec

“Fashion Santa”: An Intellectual Property Yuletide Carol

Wednesday, December 21, 2016Chris JuniorLitigation, Intellectual PropertyCopyright, Trademarks, Santa Claus, Retail Shopping

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Last year, Paul Mason became a social media phenomenon while working the holiday season as a pseudo...

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7 Dec

What’s in a name? Everything if it is a registered Trade-mark!

Wednesday, December 7, 2016Stephen A. ThieleLitigation, Intellectual Property, Common LawCopyright, Trademarks, NHL, Hockey, Las Vegas, Nevada, Sports, Vegas Golden Knights

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At the end of November, the new National Hockey League franchise awarded to Las Vegas unveiled, along with a logo, that the team would be named the...

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