On October 12, 2011, Jeffrey Vicq and Michael Roman gave a presentation about the Canadian trade-mark system to the Association of Intellectual Property Firms—an international group of patent, copyright and trademark specialty law firms. Their presentation, titled Quirky Canucks: Eccentricities of the Canadian Trade-mark System, highlighted the opportunities and traps that ought to be considered when planning the Canadian aspects of a trade-mark portfolio.
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