September 16, 2011 by Taylor Vanderhelm (IPilogue Editor)
Taylor Vanderhelm is a JD candidate at the University of Alberta.
The Federal Court of Canada awarded significant damages in a Pick v. 1180475 Alberta Ltd. et al. 2011 FC 1008, a suit for trade-mark infringement on August 18, 2011. The trade-mark in question was “The Queen of Tarts,” owned by Stephanie Anne Pick of Toronto, and the decision came as a default judgment after the Defendant failed to submit a Statement of Defence within the prescribed time.