Jonathan Woolley quoted in recent CBC article on trademark infringement
Posted on November 2, 2018
Our Intellectual Property lawyers successfully argued an action before the Federal Court of Canada for trademark infringement against the Ontario Ministry of Energy. This important decision provides clarity as to the extent of the legal rights attached to official marks under the Trademarks Act, and confirms the importance of undertaking the appropriate availability searches prior to adopting or filing a request for an official mark. IP lawyer, Jonathan Woolley, was quoted in an article about this case which can be read here.