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Dilution has long been below radar

Being a famous trademark in Canada hasn’t always been all that it can be.

Infringement and dilution, the two primary concepts protecting trademark, are both known to Canadian and U.S. trademark law.

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Windsor bar steps up for Mexicans

WINDSOR - Local immigration lawyers have been putting in extra time working with members of the expatriate Mexican and Haitian communities who are fleeing a crackdown by United States authorities in south Florida.

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Paralegal gets four months house arrest

A North Bay paralegal is the first person in Ontario to be sentenced to house arrest for the unauthorized practice of law, following years of clashing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.

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Public review called for in tainted blood case

The tainted blood prosecution was redundant, needlessly expensive, and should be the subject of a public review, criminal defence lawyer Brian Greenspan tells Law Times.

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