Intellectual Property Rights Persuasive Essay by Top Papers

Intellectual Property Rights
A company's letter to the Toronto Police Service on the police's violation of its trade-mark rights.
# 134355 | 1,750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Business (Law) , Law (Business)


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Description:

The paper presents a business letter that argues the Toronto Police Service are infringing upon this company's rights under the Trade-marks Act of Canada. The letter relates that it has registered "Coptexx" as a trade-mark in Canada in association with "Helicopters not for civilian transport, in particular toy and model helicopters" and then the Toronto Police Service used the term "Coptechs" in advertising a rental service for its remote controlled helicopters, essentially identical to its registered trade-mark and, as such, a violation of rights under Section 7(b) of the Trade-marks Act. The letter demands that the police service immediately cease the use of the term "Coptechs" in all advertising and promotion.

From the Paper:

"It has come to our attention that you are infringing upon our rights under the Trade-marks Act of Canada. We have registered "Coptexx" as a trade-mark in Canada in association with "Helicopters not for civilian transport, in particular toy and model helicopters". The Toronto Police Service use of the term "Coptechs" in advertising a rental service for its remote controlled helicopters is essentially identical to our registered trade-mark and, as such, is a violation of our rights under Section 7(b)..."

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