Overview

Federal Court of Canada


Related Overviews

 

'Federal Court of Canada' can also refer to...

Federal Court of Canada

LINGAYEN mark descriptive, says Federal Court of Canada

Business methods patentable in Canada according to Federal Court of Appeal

TEACHERS not registrable in Canada, says Federal Court of Appeal

FLIP-TOP not distinctive of Philip Morris, rules Federal Court of Canada

Canadian Federal Court of Appeal holds no independent grounds of invalidity for selection patents

MacGUIGAN, Mark Rudolph (1931 - 1998), Judge, Federal Court of Appeal, Canada, since 1984

Sweet success: ‘Valentine Secret’ not confusing with ‘Victoria's Secret’, rules Federal Court of Canada

Canadian Federal Court of Appeal denies further particulars in rare industrial designs action

Canadian Federal Court of Appeal confirms that irreparable harm must be demonstrated in injunction cases

Canada's Federal Court rejects American law of Fraud on the Trademark Office

Preserving the Amazon (patent): Federal Court of Appeal rules business methods patentable in Canada

JEROME, James Alexander (1933 - 2005), PC (Can.) 1981; Associate Chief Justice, Federal Court of Canada, 1980–98; lawyer, since 1958

Canada v Canadian Council of Refugees and ors, Appeal Judgment, 2008 CANLII 229 (FCA), 74 Admin L R (4th) 79, ILDC 1228 (CA 2008), 27th June 2008, Federal Court [FC]

Copello v Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, Appeal from Federal Court (Trial Division), 2003 FCA 295, (2003) 3 Admin LR (4th) 214, ILDC 59 (CA 2003), 3rd July 2003, Federal Court of Appeal [FCA]

Federal Court of Canada promotes a purposive interpretation of the remedial provisions of the Trade-marks Act, with a view to providing greater access to relief

Sanchez v Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Decision on judicial review, Docket No IMM-11894-12, 2013 FC 913, ILDC 2281 (CA 2013), 29th August 2013, Canada; Federal Court [FC]

Factum of the Intervenor United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (“Unhcr”). Suresh v. the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration; the Attorney General of Canada S.C.C. No. 27790. In the Supreme Court of Canada (On Appeal from the Federal Court of Appeal). Between: Manickavasagam Suresh Appellant ‐ and ‐ the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration the Attorney General of Canada Respondents

Van Vlymen v Solicitor General of Canada, First instance judgment, 2004 FC 1054, (2005) 1 FCR 617, 189 CCC (3d) 538, 123 CRR (2d) 101, 258 FTR 1, ILDC 645 (CA 2004), 3rd August 2004, Federal Court [FC]

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • History of the Americas

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

The Federal Court of Canada is the direct successor of the Exchequer Court of Canada. The Exchequer Court was part of the federal court system set up in 1875, along ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.