Decision

Bauer Hockey Ltd. v. Sport Maska Inc. (CCM Hockey), 2018 FC 1143

Proth. Tabib - 2018-11-13

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In the context of this trademark infringement action, the Plaintiff brings this motion for leave to amend its Fourth-Amended Statement of Claim to add, as a cause of action, the Defendant’s act of “causing to be manufactured” ice skates bearing a design confusingly similar to the Plaintiff’s Design Trademark. ... The Plaintiff’s amendments, as originally proposed in its moving motion record, disclosed no reasonable cause of action for monetary relief or were improperly vague, ambiguous and devoid of material facts. The amendments were only saved in extremis by a further amendment proposed at the hearing. The Defendant was justified in opposing the Plaintiff’s motion, and should not bear the costs of this opposition.

Decision relates to:

  • T-311-12 - BAUER HOCKEY CORP. v. SPORT MASKA INC. dba REEBOK-CCM HOCKEY

 

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