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  • Some hard Acts to follow

    IP practitioners in Canada have had their work cut out keeping on top of the barrage of legislative changes that have come their way in the past two years. Now the challenge is to implement them, reports Michael Loney

  • Canadian injunctions in the age of the internet

    Bradley White, Vincent de Grandpré and Brad Jenkins of Osler discuss what the rise of the internet and the scope for online presence has meant for jurisdictional borders when enforcing IP rights

  • From antibodies to X-rays: an overview of patent eligibility in Canada

    The trend for deciding patentability based on subject-matter eligibility is growing. David Schwartz and Sanro Zlobec of Smart & Biggar look at the situation in Canada, where the relevant jurisprudence remains scant

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May / June 2019

From trademarks to trade secrets: in-house tips on brand protection in China

Despite the well-known struggles in protecting trademarks and trade secrets in China, there are some tried-and-tested strategies to employ, as Karry Lai and Ellie Mertens hear from in-house counsel at a range of domestic and international companies

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