Decision

Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council v. College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Corp., 2021 FC 726

Justice Southcott - 2021-07-08

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In this motion, the Defendant, Nuha Nancy Salloum, appeals under Rule 51 of the Rules, an Order of the Prothonotary in which the Court ordered that the Defendant/Plaintiff by Counterclaim, CICC The College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Corp. [CICC] must appoint a solicitor of record and file a notice of appointment in accordance with the Rules. ... Sections 83-85 of the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Act, which received Royal Assent in June 2019 and came into force in December 2020, provide a mechanism for ICCRC to take steps to continue as the regulator under the name “College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants”. ... The underlying action is a trademark and copyright dispute. ICCRC alleges that the Defendants have violated provisions of the Trademarks Act. CICC brought a counterclaim, seeking relief against ICCRC and the Crown under the Trademarks Act and the Copyright Act.

Decision relates to:

  • T-1033-20 - AGC v. CICC THE COLLEGE OF IMMIGRATION & CITIZENSHIP CONSULTANTS CORP ET AL.
  • T-834-20 - IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS OF CANADA REGULATORY COUNCIL v. CICC ET AL.

 

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