New PDF release: An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives
By Ysolde Gendreau
During this e-book, reputed specialists spotlight the distinctive gains of Canadian highbrow estate legislation. positioned on the crossroads among felony traditions in Europe and the USA, Canada's highbrow estate legislation mixture numerous components from those areas and provide cutting edge techniques. The chapters concentration totally on patents, logos, and copyright, masking either historic and modern advancements. they're designed to carry viewpoint to and replicate upon what has turn into lately a really wealthy highbrow estate atmosphere.
Dealing with the attribute beneficial properties of Canadian highbrow estate legislations, this publication can be of serious curiosity to students and researchers, and undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate scholars of comparative and foreign highbrow estate legislations, in addition to these fascinated about business estate legislations and copyright legislations.
Read or Download An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives from Canada PDF
Similar intellectual property books
This 1998 quantity at the legislation of communications markets is the 3rd in a profitable sequence of ecu pageant legislation Annuals based upon open discussion among technical specialists, industry analysts and criminal practitioners. amassing jointly educational papers and edited transcripts of professional discussions, it bargains readers a full of life and trained perception into the topical debate of no matter if governments of the ecu Union should still intrude to avoid robust companies from abusing their keep an eye on of severe gateways among shoppers and communique info prone.
The hot version of COMMUNICATIONS legislation: LIBERTIES, RESTRAINTS, AND the trendy MEDIA keeps with the reviewer-praised clarity, assurance of center subject matters, and forex which have been its constant strengths. The author's fascinating, hypothetical routines were a favourite between either professors and scholars.
Exam of 7 recognized trials, every one concluding with an assessment of the trial through a legal professional, pass judgement on, legislation professor, or communique student. The Washington submit assurance of the loo Hinckley case previous the trial demonstrates the consequences media could have on an ordeal. The Haymarket rebel trial serves as an instance of establishing statements in a storytelling shape.
In an international the place your highbrow estate is your Most worthy asset, patents have gotten an important instrument for reaching and holding a aggressive area. With billions of greenbacks at stake, businesses are protecting their patents vigorously; high-profile circumstances, similar to Microsoft's $900 million patent dispute cost with sunlight Microsystems, and Medtronic's acquisition of a competitor's complete patent portfolio for $1.
- Who rules the net? : Internet governance and jurisdiction
- How to Register Your Own Trademark: With Forms
- The Law and Economics of Intellectual Property in the Digital Age: The Limits of Analysis
- The Trademark Guide: The Friendly Handbook for Protecting and Profiting from Trademarks
- Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models: Patent Pools, Clearinghouses, Open Source Models and Liability Regimes (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law)
- Internet Privacy Rights: Rights to Protect Autonomy
Additional resources for An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives from Canada
M. 1987, c. C225. M. 1987, c. B110. 14 Industrial property in his business name. ’55 Nevertheless, he continued: . . the province cannot regulate the use of a trade mark because it has a similarity to an existing business name in the province. So long as the trade mark is used in association with the product or the service which it identifies, the trade mark owner may use it notwithstanding that it may cause confusion between the business of the trade mark owner and that of a local business using a similar name.
Seiko Time, supra note 8 and Les rôtisseries St-Hubert Ltée v. R. (3d) 461 (Que. ) [Rôtisseries St-Hubert]. 26 Recourse for the infringement of registered trademarks is provided for in ss. 19, 20 and 22 of the Trade-marks Act, supra note 5. 27 Supra note 1. 28 Ibid. at para. 15. 29 Ibid. 30 Ibid. 31 The Court noted that while the constitutionality of particular provisions of the Act had been challenged in the past, the constitutionality of the Act as a whole had never been conclusively determined.
71 In Ciba-Geigy, supra note 65, Justice Gonthier for the unanimous Supreme Court of Canada described the general principle of passing off, and cited in support a line of British cases including: Perry v. Truefitt (1842), 6 Beav. R. 749; Singer Manufacturing Co. v. D. ), aff’d (1882), 8 App. Cas. V. v. J. C. C. ) and Reckitt & Colman Products Ltd. v. R. ). 72 Richard, supra note 13 at 312. 73 Ciba-Geigy, supra note 65 at para. 39. 74 Such statements imply that there is only one law of passing off for all of Canada, regardless of provincial competencies and even of the distinct private law tradition of Quebec.
An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives from Canada by Ysolde Gendreau