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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
2
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
3
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
4
Licensees Beware: Assignment Provisions In A License Agreement
Let's say a company negotiates a patent license agreement with the patent owner. The agreement includes a clear prohibition against assignment.
Canada
19 Oct 2016
5
Copyright and the Creative Commons License
There are dozens of online photo-sharing platforms. When using such photo-sharing venues, photographers should take care not to make the same mistake as Art Drauglis, who posted a photo to his online account through the photo-sharing site Flickr ..
Canada
1 Jun 2016
6
Android vs. Java: Copyright Update
In a sprawling, billion-dollar lawsuit that started in 2010, a jury yesterday returned a verdict in favour of Google, delivering a blow to Oracle.
Canada
31 May 2016
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Clickwrap Agreement From A Paper Contract?
Can a binding contract be formed merely with a link to another set of terms? (For background on this topic, check out our earlier post What, exactly, is a browsewrap? which reviews browsewraps, clickwraps, clickthroughs, terms of use, terms of service and EULAs).
Canada
20 Apr 2016
8
Facebook Follows Google To The SCC
A class action case against Facebook (see our previous posts for more background) is heading to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Canada
6 Apr 2016
9
Apple's Liability For The Xcode Hack
I don't think I'm going out on a limb by speculating that someone, somewhere is preparing a class-action suit based on the recently disclosed hack of Apple's app ecosystem.
Canada
23 Sep 2015
10
Patent Licensee's Standing To Sue For Infringement
Although you might not think so, given the proliferation of litigation, courts are actually very particular about who can bring a lawsuit.
Canada
13 May 2015
11
Privilege For IP Advisors In Canada
It’s budget time… therefore, time for changes to Canada’s IP laws!
Canada
22 Apr 2015
12
Open Source Software: Update
For software vendors, open source software (OSS) should be treated like a compliance issue - in the same way that corporate, securities or environmental compliance is a concern for many companies.
Canada
3 Feb 2015
13
Not A Utility Patent, But A Patent Utility?
In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Jay Walker, founder of Priceline.com, has proposed a kind of neutral private-sector utility for the licensing of patents.
Canada
8 Jan 2015
14
Intellectual Asset Management Best Practices – Part 2
In Part 1, we looked at three important steps in starting an intellectual asset management process within your organization
Canada
20 Nov 2014
15
Two Privacy Class Actions: Facebook And Apple (Part 2)
This was a claim by a representative plaintiff, Ms. Ladas, alleging that Apple breached the customer’s right to privacy under the Privacy Act (B.C.).
Canada
10 Nov 2014
16
Drafting IT Agreements: Oct. 14-15
I will be speaking next week at the 10th Essentials of Commercial Contracts Course in Calgary, Alberta (Download PDF) on the subject of IT contracting.
Canada
10 Oct 2014
17
Confidentiality & Sealing Orders in Software Disputes
Two software companies wanted to integrate their software products.
Canada
28 Aug 2014
18
Copyright Litigation And The Risk Of Double Costs
An American photojournalist, Ms. Leuthold, was on the scene in New York City on September 11, 2001.
Canada
8 Jul 2014
19
Use of ADR in Technology Transactions
A recent WIPO Survey assessed the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) clauses in various technology transactions, and the results make for interesting reading for anyone who is in the business of negotiating technology deals.
Canada
9 May 2014
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Patent Infringement Lawsuits Against Software End-Users
Are you a Canadian software vendor with customers in the USA? Let’s say your US end-user customer is sued for patent infringement in the US based on use of your software, but the lawsuit avoids naming your company.
Canada
10 Apr 2014
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