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Now We Know Who Owns The Copyright In A Registered Plan Of Survey
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
Canada
7 Oct 2019
2
NAFTA 2.0 (now USMCA) – Intellectual Property Law
The renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement among Canada, Mexico and the United States is a lengthy and complex document.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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Who Owns Copyright In A Registered Plan Of Survey – A Brief Update
In May 2018 we reported on the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Keatley Surveying Ltd. which held that a land surveyor did not own the copyright in a plan of survey presented for registration or deposit in Ontario's land registry system.
Canada
25 Jun 2018
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Who Owns The Copyright In A Registered Plan Of Survey?
The Court of Appeal further noted that land surveyors are under no obligation to register or deposit plans of survey on title.
Canada
22 May 2018
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Canada Announces A National Intellectual Property Strategy
On the occasion of World IP Day (April 26), the Canadian government unveiled its first national Intellectual Property Strategy (the "Strategy").
Canada
30 Apr 2018
6
Canada's IP Strategy Announcement – A Litigator's Perspective
On April 26, 2018 Minister Bains announced Canada's Intellectual Property ("IP") Strategy.
Canada
30 Apr 2018
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What Can The Law Do About ‘Deepfake'?
In November 2017, videos began appearing on www.reddit.com featuring celebrities' faces superimposed onto actors and actresses in pornographic videos (and a surprising number of random Nicolas Cage appearances, most of which are thankfully not pornographic).
Canada
29 Mar 2018
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The Kick That Got The Ball Rolling: Copyright In Architectural Works Is Gaining Traction In Canada
Having concluded copyright had been infringed, the court turned to the attribution of liability amongst the defendants.
Canada
31 Jan 2018
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What You Don't Know About Copyright In Buildings Could Cost You, So Here's What You Need To Know
The Lainco case, which awarded nearly $750,000 for the infringement of copyright in an architectural work, is a warning to those involved in architectural design, engineering, and the construction fields ...
Canada
31 Jan 2018
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Who Can Create Copyrightable Work In Canada? Musings On A Monkey's Selfie
Dubbed the winner of the US Chamber of Commerce most ridiculous lawsuit of 2015 award, Naruto, et al. v David John Slater examined whether a monkey could have copyright in its selfie.
Canada
4 Oct 2017
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Tips For Startups – Intellectual Property And Its Value To Your Company
Often a start-up company's most valuable asset is its intellectual property ("IP") portfolio.
Canada
10 Aug 2016
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How To Protect Business Property And Information In Commercial Transactions - July 2016
A sustainable competitive advantage in today's crowded business environment requires a combination of several factors, including sound market awareness, innovative business ideas, and customer loyalty.
Canada
6 Jul 2016
13
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Implications For Canadian IP Law
On February 4, 2016, Canada signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) after 19 rounds of formal negotiations spanning the course of seven years.
Canada
29 Feb 2016
14
Playing For Time, Or Paying For Time? – The Danger Of Delay In Litigation
On June 18, 1997 Eli Lilly sued Apotex for infringement of several of its patents on the antibiotic cefaclor.
Canada
12 Mar 2015
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Federal Court Considers Whether Copyright Subsists In Five-Digit Codes And The Elements Of A Valid Certification Mark
A recent decision of the Federal Court determined whether copyright subsisted in five-digit codes and considered the elements of a valid certification mark
Canada
10 Dec 2014
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How To Protect Business Property And Information In Commercial Transactions
A sustainable competitive advantage in today's crowded business environment requires a combination of several factors.
Canada
10 Jun 2014
18
Are You Ready For VC? 10 Legal & Business Matters To Address
Digital media and other technology companies derive most of their value from their innovative ideas, or intellectual property.
Canada
26 Mar 2014
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The Final Chapter Of The Cinar v Robinson Saga After 18 Years Of Trial: Lessons From The Supreme Court On Copyright Infringement Of Unfinished Works And Copyright Infringers' Liability
On December 23, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a unanimous and long-awaited judgment, in the matter opposing Claude Robinson against, inter alia, Cinar Corporation and France Animation ...
Canada
25 Jan 2014
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D'oh! – Fox Teaches Infringer a Costly Lesson
Twentieth Century Fox has achieved a $10.5 million victory against Mr. Hernandez, the former operator of two Internet websites dedicated to streaming episodes of the Simpsons and Family Guy television shows.
Canada
13 Jan 2014
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