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Some Key Elements Of A Trade Secret License
A trade secret license can help extract value from a trade secret, a valuable form of intellectual property asset. However, omitting a key ingredient from a trade secret license can result in the ultimate loss of the value of the asset, disagreements between the licensor and licensee and lost opportunities.
Canada
10 Apr 2017
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Unique Trade Secret License Agreement Features
While there has been significant growth in worldwide patent applications filed and patents granted, much intellectual property continues to be protected as a trade secret.
Canada
10 Apr 2017
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Les Répercussions Possibles De L'arrêt Brown C. Canada Sur Les Droits Des Employeurs À L'égard De La Propriété Intellectuelle
La plupart des employeurs, surtout ceux qui sont actifs dans le domaine de la recherche et du développement, font couramment signer à leur personnel une entente qui précise les obligations de l'employé...
Canada
17 May 2016
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When is Aggregate Information Releasable and When is it Not?
The question frequently arises as to when aggregated or anonymized can be disclosed and when even with the aggregation or anonymization it is likely to disclose information that need to be protected.
Canada
27 Jan 2015
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A Practical Guide To Software License Agreements: IP Infringement Indemnity And Remedies
Software license agreements often include a provision that requires the software vendor to provide the customer with limited protection and special remedies if a third party claims that the customer's use of licensed software infringes third party intellectual property rights.
Canada
12 Sep 2013
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Appeal Relating To New Simplified Application Procedure In Copyright Claim Dismissed (Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin - September 3, 2013)
The Respondents are descendants of the original designer of the Bluenose, and claim copyright interests and moral rights to his design drawings. When the original Bluenose sunk, the Bluenose II was constructed.
Canada
 
4 Sep 2013
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Innovative Drug Register (Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin (Week Of June 17, 2013)
Although the Court of Appeal had split 2-1, the Supreme Court refused Takeda's application for leave as well as the motion to intervene by Canada's Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies.
Canada
 
26 Jun 2013
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Misuse Of Trade Secrets Or Fair Competition With Former Employer?
​A discussion on a recent case involving the alleged the claim for misuse of confidential information against a former employee, put forward by a company making mosquito nets.
Canada
26 Jun 2013
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Supreme Court Dismisses Appeal But Sets Out Disclosure Tests For ATI Requests
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) dismissed Merck’s appeal; allowing disclosure of certain documents filed with Health Canada. In a 6-3 decision, the SCC considered the competing interests of public policy in broad access to government documents and of companies in protecting trade secrets and other confidential commercial matters.
Canada
8 Feb 2012
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Don’t Take Confidentiality For Granted!
Many organizations frequently need to disclose and allow others to use their sensitive or proprietary non-public information or trade secrets, such as in the context of the purchase and sale of a business, partnering activities with other organizations, or engaging employees or contractors to perform services.
Canada
18 Nov 2011
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