Trade-marks and Unfair Competition Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
This text offers a thorough and accessible survey of the Canadian law of trade-marks and unfair competition. The legal protection afforded by statutory and common law to brands, logos, and "source-identifiers" in the marketplace is a significant and growing area of concern. Trade-marks are often among a business's most valuable assets, making trade-mark law a vital component of any corporate or commercial practice. The Amani-Craig collaboration produces a timely and current volume that comprehensively covers the law and jurisprudence on trade-mark protection in Canada, providing background and comparative discussion where relevant, and offering insightful commentary to facilitate reader comprehension.
Trade Marks Act; Trademarks--Law and legislation; Trademarks--Law and legislation--Cases; Competition, Unfair; Competition, Unfair--Cases; Canada
Amani, Bita and Craig, Carys, "Trade-marks and Unfair Competition Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary" (2011). Books. 52.