This Article addresses the trend toward increasing protection of trademarks in the context of non-confusion. Specifically, this Article analyzes this dynamic as it is occurring in the United Kingdom and Canada. It opens with a brief discussion of trademark protection outside the context of trademark confusion. It then proceeds to an in-depth analysis of trademark dilution in the United Kingdom and Canada, with special attention paid to comparative analysis. By analyzing this trend as it is occurring in these countries, the author provides useful insight into not only what is happening in these countries, but also the implications these developments have for U.S. law.
David S. Welkowitz,
Protection against Trademark Dilution in the U.K. and Canada: Inexorable Trend or Will Tradition Triumph,
24 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 63
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