IP Infringement Claims

Walmart respects the intellectual property (“IP”) rights of others and has set up the online IP Claim Form for owners of IP rights to report legitimate claims of infringement as to items listed on Walmart.ca, including claims of copyright, trademark, patent, and counterfeit. Walmart strives to promptly process and investigate such claims and take appropriate actions under applicable laws.

To make a claim of IP infringement, you will be required to declare that the information provided is correct and that you are the IP rights owner or an authorized agent. To make an IP claim now, please complete the information in the IP Claim Form below. If the information you submit is inaccurate or incomplete, we may be unable to process or respond to your request. If you have questions about IP or whether your rights have been infringed, consider seeking legal advice.

What is Not Enforced

Although a manufacturer may enter into an exclusive distribution agreement with a seller of a product, violations of such an agreement are not the subject of intellectual property infringement. Under the intellectual property laws of Canada, rights owners may lose their rights to prevent the further sale of a product after the “first sale” by the manufacturer. Therefore, the enforcement of exclusive distribution agreements is a matter between the manufacturer and its retailers, and Walmart will not take action to enforce such agreements.
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