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Trademark Dilution in Canada: A Rose by Any Other Name
 





Sign up today for an INTA Roundtable discussion and learn more about Trademark Dilution in Canada.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
12:00 pm–2:00 pm

Toronto, Canada

“Dilution” is not a term defined in Canadian trademark legislation. So how is the concept of dilution treated? Join us to discuss the development and implementation of concepts like unfair advantage, dilution, free riding, blurring and tarnishment of trademarks in Canada and learn how Canadian counsel can protect their clients' trademarks abroad.

Topic
Trademark Dilution in Canada: A Rose by Any Other Name 

Location
GOODMANS LLP
333 Bay Street
Suite 3400 
Toronto, ON
M5H 2S7

Guest Speaker
Daniel R. Bereskin, QC, Bereskin & Parr LLP, and editor of the recently released book International Trademark Dilution, published by Westlaw.

Fee
CAD 20, payable at the door. Lunch is included.


Registration and Information

Please confirm registration by Friday, September 13 to Ana Pacheo by:
Tel: (416) 597-5906 4511
Fax: (416) 979-1234
intaroundtabletoronto@goodmans.ca