Osmose-Pentox Inc. v. Société Laurentide Inc., 2010 FC 676

Justice Martineau - 2010-06-22

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These parties are no strangers to this Court. In fact, it has been eight years since the applicant first served the respondent with a statement of claim in which it is alleged that the respondent infringed the applicant's registered trade-mark, "Conservator". Since then, the parties have been engaged in what Justice Hugessen aptly described as an "unceasing guerrilla warfare relating to interlocutory matters" such that the file has never been able to progress beyond pre-trial procedures (Osmose-Pentox Inc. v. Société Laurentide Inc., 2007 FC 242 at paragraph 2). The present motion is no exception.

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Canadian Intellectual Property