DB Modak (supra), following the approach laid down by the Canadian Supreme Court in CCH Canadian Ltd., Vs. Trademark application -This is the most critical component.The registrar rejected the objection stating that even though the marks were identical, the products were unique. Law Society of Upper Canada (2004) SCC 13, rejected the sweat of the brow doctrine, (which conferred copyright on operates merely for the reason that time, energy, talent and labour was expended, that is, originality of ability and labour), and held that the perform have to be original ?In April 2011, an Indian company

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