Hughes on Trade Marks, 2nd Edition
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The second edition continues to provide you with the content you've come to expect from LexisNexis® Butterworths publications, and now has been enhanced to better suit your needs. This service clearly explains the principles and authorities necessary for a full understanding of the field.
This edition includes case references which contain both the official law report citation and the LexisNexis® Quicklaw citation, allowing you to quickly identify and obtain the full-text decisions relevant to your particular case.
Features and Benefits
- Comprehensive Approach - includes coverage of substantive and procedural issues in practical detail, including:
- Registrability requirements that must be met before protection will be granted an invention, a trade-mark, software or a musical, literary or dramatic work
- Registering, renewing, amending, assigning, licensing and expunging procedures
- Infringement - what constitutes infringement, initiating and defending against an action, parties, possible defences and available remedies
- Expert Commentary and Case Analysis - Written by an author team headed by Justice Roger T. Hughes, Q.C., this publication provides you with expert guidance you can rely on with confidence
- Up-to-date Information - The looseleaf format combined with regular releases ensure that you are kept appraised of the current state of the law
ALSO contains the Trade-marks Act and Regulations, reproduced in both English and French
Billing Method: Updates Billed As Issued
Table of contents
Preface to the Second Edition
How to Use this Service
Table of Cases
- Trade-marks and Unfair Competition
- Part 1 General Statutory and Common Law Proceedings
- Part 2 Trade-marks
- Part 3 Passing Off and Unfair Competition
- Part 4 Canadian Federal Tax Considerations