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Advantages Making The Federal Court Of Canada An Increasingly Desirable Forum For Intellectual Property Disputes
The vast majority of IP litigants in Canada already make the Federal Court their choice of forum.
Canada
2 Sep 2018
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Bud Branders (still) Beware: Your Guide for the Cannabis Packaging and Labeling Requirements
On June 27th 2018, Health Canada released the much-anticipated Cannabis Regulations (the "Regulations") to accompany the Cannabis Act (the "Act").
Canada
16 Jul 2018
3
Focus IP pour le gouvernement fédéral!
Le gouvernement du Canada vient d'annoncer une « Stratégie en matière de propriété intellectuelle.
Canada
2 May 2018
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IP Monitor: IP and the Great White North – a National IP Strategy for Canada
The Government of Canada has released the details of a new national IP strategy for Canada.
Canada
2 May 2018
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Canadian Government Provides Details Of First Ever National IP Strategy
Intellectual property is essential to business. To support this tenet, the federal government recently announced Canada's first National Intellectual Property Strategy while marking World IP Day.
Canada
2 May 2018
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Canada's New Intellectual Property Strategy Announced
The Government of Canada plans to invest $85.3 million in the IP Strategy over the next five years.
Canada
2 May 2018
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Licensing Or Franchising? A Fragile Balance
Licensing is ubiquitous in today's marketplace. Many companies are in the business of creating and licensing many forms of intellectual property, not just computer software, but also methods of business operations or service standards.
Canada
12 Apr 2018
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Is Your Licence Or Distribution Arrangement Really A Franchise?
Many equate franchising with the well-known and recognized quick-service restaurants and coffee bars prevalent around the world.
Canada
2 Mar 2018
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Don't Let Your Brand Go To Pot (Part I): 4 Things That Cannabis Brand Owners Need To Know
The Canadian federal government is moving quickly towards legalizing the possession and consumption of cannabis for recreational purposes. However, Canada's cannabis industry is already "overgrown" ...
Canada
27 Feb 2018
10
IP Representations and Warranties in Tech M&A
When negotiating an M&A deal involving a technology company, parties need to pay particular importance to the representations and warranties regarding the target company's intellectual property (IP).
Canada
28 Sep 2017
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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
12
Four Copyright Registrations Expunged Where Respondent Was Not The Author And Owner Of The Works (Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin — Week of May 22, 2017)
The Court granted Gemstone's application to expunge four copyright registrations and to amend one copyright registration to replace "Gemstone Travel Management Systems" with....
Canada
26 May 2017
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Some Key Elements Of A Trade Secret License
A trade secret license can help extract value from a trade secret, a valuable form of intellectual property asset. However, omitting a key ingredient from a trade secret license can result in the ultimate loss of the value of the asset, disagreements between the licensor and licensee and lost opportunities.
Canada
10 Apr 2017
14
Unique Trade Secret License Agreement Features
While there has been significant growth in worldwide patent applications filed and patents granted, much intellectual property continues to be protected as a trade secret.
Canada
10 Apr 2017
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Court Provides Method For Assessing Quantum Of Teva's Section 8 Damages (Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin — Week Of April 3, 2017)
In this case, the parties had asked the Court for specific rulings and guidance in calculating Teva's section 8 damages.
Canada
7 Apr 2017
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Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin — Week Of March 20
Teva appealed a decision of the Federal Court ("FC") granting Leo a prohibition order in respect of their psoriasis drug.
Canada
31 Mar 2017
17
Prohibition Order Upheld, Appeal Re Sound Prediction And Sufficiency Dismissed (Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts - Week Of March 20, 2017)
Teva appealed a decision of the Federal Court granting Leo a prohibition order in respect of their psoriasis drug (Decision here; our summary here). The Federal Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal.
Canada
28 Mar 2017
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Protecting Innovation In-House With Tanya Rothe Of D-Wave Systems (Video)
In the third of four videos from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2017 series...
Canada
19 Jan 2017
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To Extend, Or Not To Extend?
Brand extensions are closely related to brand equity. The equity of the brand is leveraged by extending the brand to additional wares and services or expansion into new geographical markets.
Canada
12 Jan 2017
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