Trademarked Stork Upheld in Canadian Copyright Case

Erika Murray copyright, trademarks

A recent trademark infringement case between Stork Market Inc v. 1736735 Ontario Inc. (Hello Pink Lawn Cards Inc), 2017 FC 779 has resulted in a win for the plaintiff and retribution in the amount of $30,000. The copyright and trademark case deals with competitors in the business of renting and …

Canada Launches Public Consultation On reform of Copyright Board

Erika Murray copyright

  The Copyright Board system changes are intended to allow for creators to get paid properly and on time. New business opportunities in the current fast-moving economic environment should mean more money for creators and users. The Copyright Board of Canada is in charge of establishing royalties to be paid …

Copyrights: All You Need to Know

Anil Bhole copyright

Copyrights are an essential tool to protect an original piece of work. Toronto is home to many prominent content creators for media, arts, music and technology. Copyright is importantly used to protect use and distribution of the creative works generated by such content creators. Copyright can also be used to …