Federal Court of Appeal Reviews Significant Issues in Trade Mark Law

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This article is a summary of the most recent installment of Remo Imports Ltd v. Jaguar Cars Limited and Ford Motor Company of Canada (2007 F.C.A. 258). This concerns a trade mark dispute involving the trade mark JAGUAR decided by the Federal Court of Appeal which addresses many areas of trade mark law. The dispute primarily involves the use of JAGUAR with tote bags, handbags, school bags and the luggage.

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