In this issue:
- One Click or Not: No Easy Check Out for Assessing Statutory Subject Matter in Canada
- Changes to the Practice Governing Trademark Cancellation Proceedings
- U.S. places Canada on its 2009 Intellectual Property Rights Priority Watch List
- Québec’s “Office de la langue française” Begins to Close the Door on the Longstanding Trademark Exception
- Utility and Sound Prediction in the Chemical and Biological Arts in Canada: Does a Single Point define a Range?
- Would A Scotch By Any Other Name Still Be A Scotch?

type IP Prosecution and Litigation News - Summer 2009