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A Short Take On Deepfakes
Our laws and legal system have always struggled to keep pace with technology. From cryptocurrency to self-driving cars, legal and regulatory gaps emerge each time technology progresses.
Canada
22 May 2019
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The USMCA: Good News For Intellectual Property Rights Holders
Canada's current intellectual property laws, including the imminent amendments to the Trademarks Act and Industrial Designs Act, are largely compliant with the obligations imposed by the USMCA.
Canada
17 Oct 2018
3
NAFTA 2.0: The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement
Canada, Mexico and the United States reached an agreement on a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ...
Canada
5 Oct 2018
4
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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Free Trade Deal Reached After 11 Countries Sign CPTPP
The 11 countries part of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) signed the deal on March 8 in Santiago, Chile.
Canada
14 Mar 2018
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Internet "Framing" Is A Valid Ground For Copyright Infringement In Canada
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that internet "framing" is a valid ground for copyright infringement in Canada, in Trader Corporation v. CarGurus, Inc (Trader Corp).
Canada
14 Jun 2017
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Canadian Industrial Designs Office Makes Changes To Better Protect Applicants
On January 16, 2017, the Canadian Industrial Design Office issued six new notices on changes to modernize Office practice on subject matter and streamline examinations.
Canada
9 Feb 2017
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Supreme Court Reaffirms Technological Neutrality In Copyright Royalty Disputes
In Canadian Broadcasting Corporation v. SODRAC 2003 Inc. (SODRAC),bern the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously reaffirmed the principle of technological neutrality in copyright law.
Canada
26 Jan 2016
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New Border Enforcement Program In Place As Part Of Canada’s Anti-Counterfeiting Regime
On December 9, 2014, Bill C-8, the Combating Counterfeit Products Act (the Act), received Royal Assent, becoming part of Canadian law.
Canada
29 Jan 2015
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Canada Proposes Major Changes to Copyright Law
Far-reaching changes to Canada’s copyright regime are proposed by the new Bill C-32, which was introduced in Parliament on June 2.
Canada
25 Jun 2010
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Significant And Controversial Proposed Amendments To Canadian Copyright Act
On June 12, 2008, the Conservative federal government tabled Bill C-61 to amend the Copyright Act, describing it as a “made in Canada” solution to bring it in line with advances in telecommunications technology and current international standards.
Canada
25 Jun 2008
12
A Life Sciences Practice That Leads The Discussion
The life sciences practice has grown dramatically. We have expanded in all the disciplines that are specific to the life sciences industry. That includes financing and mergers and acquisitions for life sciences companies, corporate and tax structuring for these companies, IP, IP litigation, licensing and regulatory.
Canada
 
23 Nov 2006
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The Intellectual Property Discussion In Canada Heats Up
I have a B.Sc. in Physics from the University of Toronto and a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. I am also a registered patent agent for the Canadian and U.S. patent offices.
Canada
 
23 Nov 2006
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A Road Not Taken: Canadian Court Misses Opportunity To Confirm That Patent Disputes Are Arbitrable
Canadian courts have, in numerous recent decisions, consistently reaffirmed their support for arbitration and indicated a strong judicial policy favouring arbitration.
Canada
27 Sep 2006
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Court Should Have Declared IP Arbitrable
Barry Leon and Jana Stettner look at a decision where the court could have made an important determination about how patent disputes are arbitrable.
Canada
25 Sep 2006
16
Does Canada Deserve to be on the USTR’s Intellectual Property Watch List?
Each year, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) issues a report identifying foreign countries that, in its view, deny adequate and effective protection of intellectual property rights (IPR).
Canada
3 Nov 2005
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How 2004’s Court Decisions Have Changed IP Law
In 2004, a number of developments, in the form of both legislative and judicial action, made an impact on Canadian law.
Canada
14 Apr 2005
18
Cross-border NAFTA: The First Trade Treaty to Protect IP Rights
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which came into force in January 1994, was the first international trade agreement to include obligations to protect intellectual property rights.
Canada
 
27 Jan 2005
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How to Stop Grey Goods
The liberalization of international trade means big challenges for IP rights owners. Louis S Ederer and Andrew Bernstein of Torys LLP analyze how brand owners can combat grey goods in Canada using trademark and other laws
Canada
 
12 Sep 2004
20
ISP Liability: Canada’s Proposed Copyright Reforms
Technology has always driven copyright reform. Each new medium—from audio recordings to television—has offered a new way to capture and disseminate ideas.
Canada
 
31 Aug 2004
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