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used his surname in the names of buildings and facilities he has developed
and has acquired a high level of public recognition in connection with his
activities … The Trump name is synonymous in real estate circles with luxury,
opulence, lavishness.” The court noted it did not “believe Trump
intended to purloin Caesars World’s good will when he selected the word
Palace for his Boardwalk facility. His testimony showed that he had great
confidence in the drawing power of the name ‘Trump’ alone and quite evidently
believes that no word could add to its luster and drawing power”.
Nonetheless, his further use of the term was enjoined given that “Caesars
World has established a likelihood of confusion and mistake and has proved
the elements of both trademark infringement and unfair competition”.
Linda D. Locke, Q.C., was reappointed as a voting member to the Northern
Health Authority for a term ending December 31, 2023.
William A. Duvall was reappointed as a voting member of the Vancouver
Coastal Health Authority for a term ending December 31, 2023.
Linda J. Murray was appointed as a member of the Saanich Police Board
for a term ending December 31, 2023.
“In an ideal world the perpetrators of crime would have the good sense to
throw in the towel when the game is up and the odds are against them. But
this is not an ideal world…”: Hill v. Jenkins, 620 F. Supp. 272 (N.D. Ill. 1985).
The Law Society Bencher election took place in November 2021 for bencher
terms from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2024. Kudos to all who put
their names forward. In the Vancouver District, each of Cheryl D’Sa, Brook
Greenberg, Q.C., Jennifer Chow, Q.C., Kevin B. Westell, Gaynor C. Yeung,
Lisa Dumbrell, Jacqueline G. McQueen, Q.C., and Steven McKoen, Q.C.
were re-elected. Katrina Harry, Kelly Harvey Russ and Tanya Chamberlain
were elected. In the Victoria District, Lindsay R. LeBlanc and Paul
Pearson were elected. In the Nanaimo District, Brian Dybwad was elected.
In the New Westminster District, Gurminder Sandhu was elected and
Thomas (Tom) L. Spraggs was re-elected. In the Kootenay District, Barbara
Cromarty, Q.C., was re-elected by acclamation. In the Okanagan District,
Michael F. Welsh, Q.C. (of wine column fame) was re-elected by
acclamation. In the Cariboo District, Geoffrey McDonald was re-elected
and George Rivard was elected. In the Prince Rupert District, Sarah Westwood
was elected by acclamation. In the Kamloops District, Kim Carter