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Canada's New Intellectual Property Strategy Announced
The Government of Canada plans to invest $85.3 million in the IP Strategy over the next five years.
Canada
2 May 2018
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Enhanced Protection For Licensees Of Intellectual Property In The Event Of Licensor Bankruptcy
The long-awaited amendments to Canada’s Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) and Companies’ Creditors Arrangements Act (CCAA) came into force on September 18, 2009.
Canada
28 Sep 2009
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Reviewing Outsourcing And Technology Arrangements In Uncertain Times
There is no doubt that vendors of software and technology services will be adversely affected by the current global financial crisis.
Canada
22 Jun 2009
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An Open Source Community Divided Is GPLv3 A Blind Alley Or A Path To The Future?
Last year, the first major revision in 16 years to the leading open source license, the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 3 (GPLv3), was released.
Canada
22 Aug 2008
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Open Source Licensing Suits Settle In Short Order
Many open source licences are only two or three paragraphs long and read more like a manifesto than a traditional software licence.
Canada
25 Jun 2008
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Canadian Government Sets Out Rules For Auction Of Spectrum Licences
Industry Canada has published the rules that will govern the auction for spectrum licences for Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) in the 2 GHz range. Each licence will have a 10-year term similar to other spectrum licences.
Canada
17 Dec 2007
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A Life Sciences Practice That Leads The Discussion
The life sciences practice has grown dramatically. We have expanded in all the disciplines that are specific to the life sciences industry. That includes financing and mergers and acquisitions for life sciences companies, corporate and tax structuring for these companies, IP, IP litigation, licensing and regulatory.
Canada
 
23 Nov 2006
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A Road Not Taken: Canadian Court Misses Opportunity To Confirm That Patent Disputes Are Arbitrable
Canadian courts have, in numerous recent decisions, consistently reaffirmed their support for arbitration and indicated a strong judicial policy favouring arbitration.
Canada
27 Sep 2006
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Cross-Border Issues Relevant to the Dietary Supplements Industry
Canadian and U.S. regulators have been busy recently. Health Canada’s Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) is overseeing the implementation of the Natural Health Product Regulations, introduced on January, 2004.
Canada
28 Oct 2005
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Cross-Border Sale of Medical Devices
Medical device companies operate globally, but their products are regulated locally. Canadian companies selling into the United States must navigate not only Canadian law and policy, as applied by Health Canada and Canadian courts, but also U.S. law and policy, as applied by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), various state regulators, and state and federal courts.
Canada
 
4 Jan 2005
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Supreme Court of Canada Hears Schmeiser v. Monsanto
The patentability of higher life forms was in the spotlight recently in Ottawa, as the Supreme Court of Canada heard arguments in the Schmeiser v. Monsanto appeal.
Canada
31 Mar 2004
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New Canadian Regulations for Natural Health Products
As of January 1, 2004, natural health products (NHPs) in Canada are subject to new sale, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, storage, importation, and distribution requirements.
Canada
 
31 Mar 2004
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