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Coming To A Store Near You: Ontario Unveils Its Retail Cannabis Licensing Regulations
The Government of Ontario (Government) has released its much-anticipated cannabis retail licensing regulations (Regulations) that set out several of the requirements for parties seeking to enter the retail market.
Canada
22 Nov 2018
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Protecting Innovation In-House With Tanya Rothe Of D-Wave Systems (Video)
In the third of four videos from the Canadian Lawyer InHouse View 2017 series...
Canada
19 Jan 2017
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Canadian Competition Bureau Releases New Draft IP Enforcement Guidelines For Comment
On June 9, 2015, the Canadian Competition Bureau (Bureau) released its draft Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines (Guidelines) for public comment.
Canada
11 Jun 2015
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No Glasses Required: 3D Printing And The Current Canadian IP Framework
3D printing is now being used to create everything from personalized body parts to personalized bobbleheads
Canada
23 Dec 2013
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Obligations To Defend And Indemnify In A Licence Agreement
A software licence, alleged patent infringement, obligations to defend and indemnify, arbitration and an appeal to a court were all dealt with by a Canadian court in Coastal Contacts Inc. v. Elastic Path Software Inc.
Canada
26 Mar 2013
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What’s In A Name? Building Naming Rights As Part Of A Lease Transaction
The granting of building naming rights is an inducement used by landlords to secure a desirable, major or lead tenant in a commercial development. For tenants, the ability to have their corporate moniker on a building is an important brand promotion tool.
Canada
 
27 Nov 2007
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Domain Name Dispute Resolution Under The CDRP – The First Five Years
Like most domain name registries, the dot-ca registry, operated by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), has a dispute resolution policy.
Canada
 
28 Nov 2006
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Court Upholds Arbitration Clause In Patent License Dispute
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Governing Council of the University of Toronto v. John N. Harbinson Limited supported the application of arbitration clauses in patent and other intellectual property license agreements, holding that a dispute relating to warranties regarding inventorship and ownership of the invention in a patent license agreement should be resolved pursuant to the arbitration clause in the agreement.
Canada
 
2 Oct 2006
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Open Source Eye-Opener — The Basics Of Open Source
As open source software (OSS) continues to mature and move into the mainstream, businesses are under increasing pressure to understand what OSS is and how it is used and licensed. What makes OSS different from proprietary software is the unique structure under which it is developed, licensed and distributed. Source code for OSS must be made freely available for use or modification as users or other developers see fit; typically, with proprietary software, only the object code is made available a
Canada
29 Nov 2004
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Do’s And Don’ts Of IT Licensing — Top 10 Tips
What are the risks, issues and contractual terms to be aware of for technology license agreements? To create effective licenses for both licensors and licensees, it is important to have an understanding of the common legal and business issues that arise in negotiating licenses by following these "Top 10" tips. Software, Web sites, e-commerce transactions and information technology generally can involve many different forms of intellectual property (IP).
Canada
10 Nov 2004
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Information Technology Outsourcing—Part I
Increasing numbers of Canadian businesses and other institutions are outsourcing their information technology requirements: 1) to reduce costs and internal staffing commitments; 2) to release capital to more productive uses; 3) to gain access to specialized expertise; and, in some cases, 4) to establish or strengthen strategic business relationships.
Canada
18 Aug 2004
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An Open Source Eye-Opener: The Basics of Open Source
As open source software (OSS) continues to mature and move into the mainstream, businesses are under increasing pressure to understand what OSS is and how it is used and licensed. What makes OSS different from proprietary software is the unique structure under which it is developed, licensed and distributed.
Canada
21 Jun 2004
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