Trademark

A trademark is a word or logo used by one person to distinguish goods or services provided by that person from those provided by another. The interest protected by a trademark is the “goodwill” of the trademark owner and the consumer’s ability to rely on the mark to distinguish the source of goods or services.

January 27, 2015

TMOB Removes Investment Advice from Atticus’s List of Services

Atticus Canada Inc v Atticus Management LLC, 2014 TMOB 196 - Evidence of trade-mark use consisting of copies of license agreements allowing Atticus Capital LP to use the Mark was taken to demonstrate use in association with financial services generally, but not in association with investment advice.