Category: Intellectual Property

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Supreme Court of Canada Piqued by Copyright Infringement of “Curiosity”

January 8, 2014

  In Cinar Corporation v. Robinson, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) confirmed the test for determining copyright infringement and the factors for assessing compensation for infringement. The SCC effectively strengthened copyright in entertainment properties in Canada after several recent decisions in which the SCC had limited the scope of copyright protection.   BACKGROUND The decision results from four separate but…

From Car Parts to Knee Joints: How 3D Printing Will Impact Canadian Business

October 16, 2013

Over the past several months, both McKinsey & Company and Goldman Sachs have identified 3D printing as a “disruptive” force that could have a major economic impact on the global economy. 3D printing is penetrating the automotive, aerospace and medical industries, and will have a further impact in consumer sectors that place a premium on highly customizable products. As with…

Hot-Button Topics in Intellectual Property Law

May 16, 2013

This fast-paced and informative session features sixteen 10-minute hot-button topics covering a wide variety of recent developments in intellectual property. Blakes lawyers and patent agents highlight the key elements of each topic and provide forecasts and constructive recommendations. Hot-button topics will include: To Have, Hold (Harmless), Defend and Indemnify: The Most Difficult Vows in Technology Agreements – Sheldon Burshtein What…

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