Decision

Jingdong v. Zhang, 2019 FC 1293

Justice Brown - 2019-10-15

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This is an application brought pursuant to sections 18 and 57 of the Trademarks Act, for an order striking out Trademark Registration No TMA984,308 from the Register of Trademarks. The statutory provisions relied upon are as before the amendments which came into effect June 17 and 18, 2019. The Respondent’s Mark is reproduced below: [JD] The Applicant is a large e-commerce company headquarter in Beijing, Peoples Republic of China, which operates an online retail platform through its internet domain JD.com. ... The Applicant submits the Respondent has abandoned its use of the Respondent’s Mark, and asks the Court to find a material misstatement, alleging the Respondent never used the Respondent’s Mark. The Applicant asks the Court to expunge the Respondent’s Mark from the Register.

Decision relates to:

  • T-1991-18 - BEIJING JINGDONG 360 DU E-COMMERCE LTD. v. YUE ZHANG

 

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