Takeaways From Harley-Davidson's Trademark Win In Canada

Law360, New York (March 28, 2014, 9:18 PM EDT) -- In a March 4, 2014, decision (H-D USA LLC et al v Jamal Berrada et al, 2014 FC 207), the Federal Court of Canada recognized that Harley-Davidson may sell its "Screamin' Eagle" brand of clothing and collateral items in Canada in connection with its well-known "Harley-Davidson" trademark, notwithstanding another party’s trademark registration for "Screaming Eagle" for use in association with the operation of retail clothing stores, as well as its common law rights arising from the sale of "Screaming Eagle" clothing for more than 20 years....
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