Thursday, December 14, 2006

Santa Claus vs Government of Canada

Santa Claus has a true friend in Larry Munn over at the Canadian Trademark Blog. Despite the fact that the Canadian Trade-marks Act prevents the registration of marks that are “merely the name or the surname of an individual who is living”, or, that the man's got a legit address (remember, postal code: HOH OHO), AND that he's in non-profit cahoots with Canada Post, Larry writes, the 'Big Guy' is still not getting proper protection from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)!

Come on people! Who are you going to believe, the USPTO? Go Larry!


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