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Advocacy In Ip Litigation In The Supreme Court: A Presentation By Justice Marshall Rothstein Of The Supreme Court Of Canada, Marshall Rothstein, David Vaver Oct 2015

Advocacy In Ip Litigation In The Supreme Court: A Presentation By Justice Marshall Rothstein Of The Supreme Court Of Canada, Marshall Rothstein, David Vaver

David Vaver

The Honourable Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada shares his thoughts regarding the five important copyright cases (known as the “Copyright Pentalogy”) that he took part in deciding earlier this year.


Territoriality Of Trade Marks In A Post-National Era, Graeme B. Dinwoodie, David Vaver Oct 2015

Territoriality Of Trade Marks In A Post-National Era, Graeme B. Dinwoodie, David Vaver

David Vaver

Professor Dinwoodie discusses the "Territoriality of Trade Marks in a Post-National Era"; proposing that a cardinal principle of IP law is that it is territorial, and it has always been that way even within the international systems since the late 19th century. However, global trade and social changes along with the creation of the online marketplace have called into question the practical relevance of this territoriality principle.There is a growing gap between the global reach of trade and the local nature of IP law, and what should be of interest to us is how we respond to this gap ...


The Legal Implications Of Commercializing Intellectual Property Rights, Giuseppina D'Agostino Oct 2015

The Legal Implications Of Commercializing Intellectual Property Rights, Giuseppina D'Agostino

Giuseppina D'Agostino

Giuseppina D'Agostino, an expert in intellectual property and technology law and an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School on IP law and commercialization.


Advocacy Skills And Ip: Observations From The Bench, Roger Hughes, Giuseppina D'Agostino Oct 2015

Advocacy Skills And Ip: Observations From The Bench, Roger Hughes, Giuseppina D'Agostino

Giuseppina D'Agostino

Justice Roger T. Hughes of the Federal Court of Canada shares his experience and talks about the process a judge goes through in arriving at a judgment.


Innovation And Litigation: Tensions Between Universities And Patents And How To Fix Them, Jacob Rooksby Dec 2012

Innovation And Litigation: Tensions Between Universities And Patents And How To Fix Them, Jacob Rooksby

Jacob H. Rooksby

Universities that own patents have a problem. While nearly all are keen to enhance their revenue generated from patents, few are eager or prepared to enforce them in court, alone or with their exclusive licensees, should a third-party deploy a product or process covered by a university-owned patent. Yet strict prudential standing requirements imposed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“CAFC”) effectively require university participation as plaintiffs in enforcement lawsuits over their exclusively licensed patents, regardless of a university’s effective ability or enthusiasm to participate in a given action. Supported by nearly 40 years ...


Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Kenneth J. Withers Jan 2006

Electronically Stored Information: The December 2006 Amendments To The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure, Kenneth J. Withers

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property

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