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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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Was there a more memorable departure in 2014 than that of CJ Rader from the #FedCir? http://t.co/8wqzMlig1b #IP2014 http://t.co/gOh0fRdtid

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Another highlight this year was our first live Twitter Q&A - with @RMW136 http://t.co/Dwjna9u7n9 #ip2014 @The_IPO http://t.co/fOHtYcn99y

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#ip2014 This year also saw the launch of Managing IP TV @YouTube w/ interviews on the #UPC https://t.co/ZzI1IhNqp1 http://t.co/0dtR7W0QkC

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December 2014

Five cases that shaped IP protection in 2014

Our five cases of the year come from Australia, Germany, India, South Africa and the United States and span patent, trade mark, copyright and design law. In the following pages, we speak to those close to the action of each case and assess their impact so far



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