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U.S. Sanctions Against Iran Impact Canadian Companies
The United States fully re-imposed sanctions against Iran on November 5 that had been lifted in January 2016 as part of the global deal to curtail Iran's development of nuclear weapons.
United States
13 Nov 2018
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After The Election: What To Expect When The Trump Administration Comes To Washington
Donald Trump won the White House this past Tuesday in a surprising victory that concluded a turbulent election season in the U.S. With the Republicans retaining control of the Senate and the House...
United States
17 Nov 2016
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U.S. Again Relaxes Cuba Sanctions
The U.S. has instituted a series of rollbacks of its Cuba sanctions since December 2014 as part of the president's policy to normalize U.S.-Cuba relations (see our February 5 bulletin for more detail).
Worldwide
29 Mar 2016
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U.S. Eases Cuba Sanctions
The U.S. has further eased its Cuba sanctions in keeping with President Obama's policy announced in December 2014 to support economic activity in Cuba and improve living conditions for the Cuban people.
Worldwide
11 Feb 2016
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New Requirements for Labelling and Importation of Cosmetics
Effective November 16, 2006, manufacturers of cosmetics that are sold in Canada must list the ingredients of their products on the product labels. This new Canadian requirement, which is similar to those in the United States and the countries of the European Union, is meant to improve public safety.
Canada
7 Jun 2005
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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
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