The Canadian Intellectual Property Office is considering amendments to the Trade-mark Regulations under the authority of the Canadian Trade-marks Act.
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office is considering amendments to the Trade-mark Regulations under the authority of the Canadian Trade-marks Act, with a view to updating and simplifying the administration of the trademarks regime in Canada.
The proposed amendments to the regulations seek to simplify opposition procedures, and include modifications to measures relating to the examination of trademarks, with the stated intention that transactions between applicants and the Registrar of Trade-marks be streamlined. Feedback from the public has been received and is now being considered by the Trade-marks Office.
Updating the trademarks regime
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Canada Trade-marks Act, IPO, holograms, sound marks, motion marks