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- Patent Aggregation in the Great White North
Patent Aggregation in the Great White North By: Niccolò Galli Patent aggregation is one of the critical paths to raise revenue and earn a return on investment in the ICT sector. It comprises all activities whereby firms build sets of related patents, so-called patent portfolios, and subsequently use … Read more »
- European Patent Judiciary in the Light of the Emergence of the Unified Patent Court: Challenges and Debates
European Patent Judiciary in the Light of the Emergence of the Unified Patent Court: Challenges and Debates By: Tamar Khuchua For more than 40 years now, the harmonisation and unification of the European patent law have been discussed. So far, the only European legal instrument regulating substan … Read more »
- Linking the Product to its Origin: Geographical Indications and the Protection of Origin Products
Linking the Product to its Origin: Geographical Indications and the Protection of Origin Products By: Maurizio Crupi Geographical indications (hereinafter GIs) are signs used to safeguard the existence of a link between a product and its place of origin, focusing on quality and tradition. The Europ … Read more »
- The Implementation Challenge of Art. 17 CDSM Directive: An “Institutional” Option?
By: Natasha Mangal Constructing a functioning single market for business and trade among the Member States of the European Union (EU) has been the cornerstone of the EU project, and remains one of the strongest drivers for EU-level legislative reform. Over the years, the EU has prioritized the harm … Read more »
- Fair Dealing for the Purpose of Education: York University v The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency
Pascale Chapdelaine, Associate Professor Windsor Law, LTEC Lab Faculty Member In York University v The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (“Access Copyright”) (2020), the Federal Court of Appeal was confronted with two issues at the heart of ongoing debates in Canadian copyright law. First, whether … Read more »