Intellectual property relates to ideas, inventions, symbols, names, designs, music, trademarks, writing, art and the ownership of these and other kinds of items. Under intellectual property laws, people and businesses can own specific rights so that only they can profit from and use particular pieces of intellectual property. When another party violates those rights by trying to use intellectual property for profit without permission, then a lawsuit can be filed.
The Ontario Superior Court has vetoed Target Canada's proposed recovery plan, sending the insolvent United States-owned retail giant back to the drawing board. The decision was issued late Wednesday evening on Jan. 13, 2016.