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UT Decision: A Landlord Can Waive Its Right To Forfeit A Lease, Even If The Right Is Not Yet Exercisable
In order to obtain a right of re-entry, there must first be a forfeiture clause in the lease.
UK
4 Mar 2019
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Canada
19 Sep 2018
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Landlord Liability For Trademark And Copyright Infringement – Coming Soon To Canadian Premises Near You?
In Canada, there is no clear precedent to hold a landlord liable as a non-participating intermediary for the sale of counterfeits by its tenants.
Worldwide
21 Dec 2017
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Hot Topic: Trans-Pacific Partnership Treaty & Intellectual Property
This seminar discusses the IP provisions of the TPP, and examines potential changes to the IP regimes that may arise following an implementation of the TPP in Canada.
Canada
20 Nov 2015
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Be Warned: Online Forum Selection Clauses May Oblige You To Litigate Abroad
The decision in Douez v. Facebook, Inc., provides some comfort to online businesses that rely upon forum selection clauses in their online contracts.
Canada
5 Jul 2015
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Safeguarding Your Trade Secrets
Your trade secrets are valuable business assets, but retain their value only if they remain secret.
Canada
16 Apr 2015
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Counterfeiters Face Stiff Penalties In Canada
The Office of the United States Trade Representative publishes a report every few years called the "Special 301 Report".
Canada
14 Feb 2014
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The European Unitary Patent And What It Means For Canadians
On December 11, 2012, the European Parliament approved a legislative package aimed at establishing a single unified European patent system.
Canada
9 May 2013
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Time For Change? Potential Impact Of Canada’s Trade Negotiations On Pharma Patents
Bringing a new drug to market is a costly and time-consuming endeavour.
Canada
9 May 2013
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European Unitary Patent: What Does It Mean For Canadians?
On December 11, 2012, the European Parliament approved a legislative package that is aimed at establishing a single, unified European patent system.
European Union
31 Dec 2012
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Creation Of A European Unitary Patent
On December 11, 2012, the European Parliament approved a legislative package that is aimed at establishing a single unified European patent system.
European Union
21 Dec 2012
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Methods Of Medical Treatment Claims Issues In Canada, US And Europe
In this presentation, Scott Foster and Konrad Sechley address methods of medical treatment claims issues in Canada, US and Europe.
Canada
4 Dec 2012
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Impacts Of The Amazon.Com Decisions On Medical Use Claims In Canada
Methods of medical treatment and surgery are not statutory subject matter in Canada. Medical use claims, however, (similar to the "Swiss-type" claims of Europe) are permitted as long as they do not equate to medical or surgical methods (which involve the professional skill of a medical practitioner) and that they satisfy all the other statutory requirements (novel, inventive, useful and sufficiently disclosed).
Canada
18 Jul 2012
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The Impacts Of The Amazon.Com Decisions On Medical Use Claims In Canada
Methods of medical treatment and surgery are not statutory subject matter in Canada.
Canada
27 Jun 2012
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An Equity Partner In A Law Firm Is Also An Employee For The Purposes Of Employment Legislation
The British Columbia Supreme Court upheld a Human Rights Tribunal decision that decided that an equity partner in a law firm was also an employee for the purposes of employment legislation.
Canada
6 Sep 2011
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Cojocaru v. British Columbia Women's Hospital: Trial Judges Must Show Independent Thought Or Risk Being Over Turned
The British Columbia Court of Appeal rejected a trial decision because the decision below did not appear to be the result of independent and impartial analysis.
Canada
15 Jun 2011
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