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Canada IP Focus 2012 3rd edition

  • The man who modernised copyright

    Christian Paradis explains to Managing IP how Canada’s new copyright law “strikes the right balance”

  • At last, modernisation

    After 15 years, Canada’s copyright law has finally been updated. Jill Jarvis-Tonus of Bereskin & Parr explains what it means for copyright owners

  • Unique licensing

    Jason Howg of Borden Ladner Gervais discusses the unique considerations needed when licensing trade secrets

  • Patent law update

    David Schwartz and Jeffrey Coles of Smart & Biggar look at the evolving patent landscape in Canada and offer an overview of the most significant legislative changes of the last few years


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