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Moore v. Sweet

On November 23, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Moore v. Sweet, 2018 SCC 52, in which the majority imposed a remedial constructive trust on the proceeds of a life insurance policy in favour of the … Continue reading

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FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Indicates Modification of Requirement for “Added Sugar” Declaration on Pure Maple Syrup and Honey; Details are Forthcoming – Sweet!

By Riëtte van Laack — One of the main components of FDA’s 2016 final rule to update the Nutrition Facts is the mandatory requirement for a declaration and a daily value (DV) for “added sugar” for both sugars added to … Continue reading

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Sweet tooth gene shows sugar is not always a villain | Cosmos

How come your friend eats what she wants and never gets fat but you tuck into the carbs and up go the kilos? She may have been blessed with version A of the FGF21 gene. People with this gene seem … Continue reading

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Sweet! (or not?): cookie-shaped cushions without trade mark owner's permission

Pan di StelleAre you familiar with cookies like Pan di Stelle, Galletti, Abbracci, or Ringo? If you are Italian or have lived in Italy you surely are, but also if your favourite supermarket stores Italian products it is most likely … Continue reading

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The Sweet Smell of Registration

Last year we took a whiff of Hasbro’s application to register the smell of its Play-Doh® for “toy modeling compounds.” We didn’t think the application was ripe for a functionality refusal, but a refusal on the ground of a lack … Continue reading

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