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Providing information on a website may be sufficient to establish use for retail store services in Canada
By: James Buchan and Natalie de Paulsen
In TSA Stores, Inc. v. Heenan Blaikie LLP (2011 FC 273), the Federal Court found that use of a trade-mark on a website that provided descriptions and information on how to choose and care for various products constituted use of a mark in association with retail store services.
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