Mondaq Canada: Intellectual Property > Copyright
Bereskin & Parr LLP
For the first time, the Supreme Court of Canada has addressed Crown copyright (i.e. when copyright will be deemed to belong to the Canadian government)
Clark Wilson LLP
On September 26, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") rendered its judgment in Keatley Surveying Ltd. v Teranet Inc., 2019 SCC 43
McMillan LLP
In 2018[1][2] we reported on the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Keatley Surveying. That decision dealt with the ownership of the copyright for plans of survey
Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala
Parody has been a fair dealing exception to copyright infringement in Canada since 2012.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Section 12 has had a long legislative history, having been copied from the UK 1911 Copyright Act.
Clark Wilson LLP
Legal strategy can be like office space: what is "good" for one business can be completely inappropriate for others.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Earlier this year, the Federal Court awarded damages of $20 million for the unauthorized reproduction of obituaries online.
Clark Wilson LLP
For most startups, intellectual property will take many forms.
Bereskin & Parr LLP
Les droits d'auteur et les marques de commerce sont des droits de propriété intellectuelle distincts. Les deux droits peuvent exister dans un logo.
Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala
Due to a perceived cloak of anonymity on the Internet, Internet users may consider their activities online to be anonymous.
Gowling WLG
So, you're a successful artist who recently moved to a new record label, only to turn around and find out that the masters for your first six albums, the last 10 years of your career, have been sold to someone you have...
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Most of us are familiar with Instagram – a social media engine, primarily utilized in its all-too-familiar form of a phone application, that allows users to share images and videos of themselves or others for public viewing...
Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP
For those who are interested in recent cases and developments concerning copyright and related matters, there have been several developments since the last entry.
Gowling WLG
As technology continues to alter and change the very fabric of how we live and work, it is clear that almost every industry is set to be (or already being) disrupted by innovation
Minden Gross LLP
In 1908, Anne of Green Gables was published and it launched the literary career of Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP
Recently the lawsuit commenced by Kawhi Leonard against Nike and Nike's response has attracted significant attention.
LexSage
We have had three files in the last year where an individual purchased an item online and it was seized as counterfeit at the border.
Bereskin & Parr LLP
Parody is not a defence to trademark infringement under the Trademarks Act.
Bereskin & Parr LLP
La parodie n'est pas une défense contre un recours en contrefaçon sous la Loi sur les marques de commerce.
Bereskin & Parr LLP
Copyright and trademarks are separate intellectual property rights. Both rights can arise in a logo. Ownership of the copyright and trademark rights in the logo can differ
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Clark Wilson LLP
Legal strategy can be like office space: what is "good" for one business can be completely inappropriate for others.
LexSage
We have had three files in the last year where an individual purchased an item online and it was seized as counterfeit at the border.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Earlier this year, the Federal Court awarded damages of $20 million for the unauthorized reproduction of obituaries online.
Clark Wilson LLP
For most startups, intellectual property will take many forms.
Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala
Parody has been a fair dealing exception to copyright infringement in Canada since 2012.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Section 12 has had a long legislative history, having been copied from the UK 1911 Copyright Act.
McMillan LLP
In 2018[1][2] we reported on the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Keatley Surveying. That decision dealt with the ownership of the copyright for plans of survey
Clark Wilson LLP
On September 26, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") rendered its judgment in Keatley Surveying Ltd. v Teranet Inc., 2019 SCC 43
Bereskin & Parr LLP
For the first time, the Supreme Court of Canada has addressed Crown copyright (i.e. when copyright will be deemed to belong to the Canadian government)
Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala
Due to a perceived cloak of anonymity on the Internet, Internet users may consider their activities online to be anonymous.
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