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A Sale In Canada Triggers Exhaustion Of Patent Rights In The US
"Patent exhaustion" is something we've reviewed before. To recycle an old line, the term "patent exhaustion" does not refer to the feeling you get when a patent agent talks for 3 hours ...
Canada
31 Jul 2017
2
Wait… "GOOGLE" Is Not A Generic Word?
A trademark can suffer "genericide" when it becomes so commonly used that it transforms from a unique brand name into a generic word which is synonymous with a product or service.
Canada
12 Jul 2017
3
US Drone Registry is Shot Down
In response to the proliferation of recreational drones in American skies, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) introduced a rule known as the "Registration Rule" in 2015.
Canada
9 Jun 2017
4
Copyright in Seismic Data is Confirmed
In a decision last year, GSI (Geophysical Service Incorporated) sued to win control over seismic data that it claimed to own.
Canada
5 Jun 2017
5
Copyright Infringement On A Website: The Risks Of Scraping And Framing
If photos are available on the internet, then… they're free for the taking, right?
Canada
20 May 2017
6
Defamation with the Click of a Mouse: Assessing Damages
In the midst of a challenging period for a condominium owners association in a property located in Costa Rica, the president of the association resigned in frustration.
Canada
2 May 2017
7
Patent Infringement For Listing On eBay?
A patent owner notices that knock-off products are listed for sale on eBay.
Canada
21 Apr 2017
8
The Advisor: Best Practices For Display Of A Trademark On Software
Xylem Water Solutions Manufacturing Alberta ("Xylem") was the owner of the registered Canadian trademark AQUAVIEW in association with software for water treatment plants and pump stations.
Canada
12 Apr 2017
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Best Practices for Display of a Trademark
Xylem Water Solutions Manufacturing Alberta ("Xylem") was the owner of the registered Canadian trademark AQUAVIEW in association with software for water treatment plants and pump stations.
Canada
31 Mar 2017
10
Canadian Copyright & Breach of Technological Protection Measures (TPMs): $12.7 million in Damages
It's always exciting when there's a new decision about an obscure 5-year old subsection of the Copyright Act! Back in 2012, Canada changed its Copyright Act to try and drag it into the 21st century.
Canada
29 Mar 2017
11
Interim Canadian Drone Rules Launched
As the recreational and commercial use of drones expands, the calls for a regulatory framework have grown louder.
Canada
22 Mar 2017
12
Experimental Use of an Invention
Inventors must take care that their invention is "new" for it to be patentable. That means the invention hasn't been disclosed to the public.
Canada
8 Mar 2017
13
Another Canadian Decision Reaches Outside Canada
This fascinating Ontario case deals with an Alberta-based individual who complained of certain material that was re-published on the website Globe24h.com based in Romania.
Canada
1 Mar 2017
14
VCC vs. VCC: Where's The Confusion?
Where the website is clearly identified without the use of any of the competitor's trademarks, then there will be no confusion.
Canada
16 Feb 2017
15
Is There Copyright In A Screenshot?
Ever wanted to remove something after it had been swallowed up in the gaping maw of the internet? Then you will relate to this story about an individual's struggle to have certain content deleted from the self-appointed memory banks of the web.
Canada
11 Jan 2017
16
Drone Patents
Other innovations are squarely within Amazon's core competencies of order fulfillment. Another recently issued patent seeks to protect drones from being hacked and rerouted en route.
Canada
4 Jan 2017
17
IP Licenses & Bankruptcy (Part 2 – Seismic Data)
What happens to a license for seismic data when the licensee suffers a bankruptcy event? In Part 1, we looked at a case of bankruptcy of the IP owner.
Canada
20 Dec 2016
18
Google v. The Court: Free Speech And IP Rights (Part 2)
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) will render its judgment in writing, and the current expectation is that it will clarify the limits of extraterritoriality, and the unique issues of protected expression in the context of IP rights and search engines.
Canada
15 Dec 2016
19
Google v. The Court: Free Speech and IP Rights
Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc., et al., the long-running case involving a court's ability to restrict online search results, and Google's obligations to restrict search results has finally reached the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC).
Canada
10 Dec 2016
20
IP Licenses & Bankruptcy Laws (Part 1)
When a company goes through bankruptcy, it's a process that can up-end all of the company's contractual relationships.
Canada
7 Dec 2016
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