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In this issue we offer readers an article examining the balance of the legitimate right of traders to protect their valuable trademark rights with the public’s rights of freedom of expression and competition from the Canadian perspective; a commentary exploring how beloved fictional brands can be protected in the real world; another commentary examining the impact of a 2020 decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union on whether a trademark registration can be invalidated on the grounds that the recitation of goods and services is contrary to public policy or because the application was made in bad faith; and a book review on a resource for practitioners who are confronted with aspects of trademark law and its inextricable role with Internet intermediaries in modern day practice.About The Trademark Reporter
We’ve changed up the INTA Bulletin to bring you news more often and in a fresh format. The revamp coincides with our new website (launched June 25, 2020), and is part of our multi-year digital transformation project.
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With trademarks impacting so many aspects of daily life, consumers—whether they realize it or not—can benefit from understanding this intellectual property right and taking a closer look at brands.
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