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Trademark licensee has no standing to complain about infringing domain name

Posted on Feb 6 2019

In Re Penske Truck Leasing Co., LP. and Giurgia, a January 25, 2019, decision of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (“CIRA”), an arbitrator found that a trucking partnership which is a trademark licensee had no standing to file a complaint about an infringing domain name registration. Key facts The complainant, Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P. (“Penske”), is a partnership of truck rental and leasing companies headquartered in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States.

Not All is Hunky Dory with College Hunks Moving Trademark

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Posted on Jan 2 2018

By Ben Hanuka* In Hunky Haulers Inc. v.

BurgerFi US trademark had insufficient use in Canada

Legal team analyzes case
Posted on Aug 13 2016

On May 31, 2016, the Canadian Trade-Marks Opposition Board released its decision in the case of Restaurant Development Group LLC v Vescio Group Inc.

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