Intellectual property

Global IP firm Marks & Clerk continues Canadian expansion with high-profile hires

Global IP firm Marks & Clerk continues Canadian expansion with high-profile hires

Moves come as Canadian IP law shifts toward international collaboration

IP lawyer and law professor on Ontario’s Special Implementation Team on Intellectual Property

IP lawyer and law professor on Ontario’s Special Implementation Team on Intellectual Property

Natalie Raffoul is managing partner at Brion Raffoul, Myra Tawfik teaches at University of Windsor

For artists struggling through pandemic, national legal network could provide solutions

For artists struggling through pandemic, national legal network could provide solutions

Government-funded report suggests formal affiliation for low-cost lawyers who help artists

IP company obtains patent infringement award of US$108.98 million against Apple in California

IP company obtains patent infringement award of US$108.98 million against Apple in California

The total award is subject to post-judgment interest and additional royalties

Apple, SOCAN highlights changing role of Copyright Board, says IP professors Ariel Katz

Apple, SOCAN highlights changing role of Copyright Board, says IP professors Ariel Katz

The Federal Court of Appeal overturned a decision of the Copyright Board

Amid lack of case law, court looks at role public interest plays in patent settlements

Amid lack of case law, court looks at role public interest plays in patent settlements

There was not any binding authority concerning this issue in Canada