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  • Why More Canadian Companies Are Filing Trademarks in China: Part 2

    In the first part of our series, we outlined topics of increased protection of intellectual property in China as well as how this benefits everyone. In this blog, we are going to focus on trademarks and the ability to effectively protect intellectual property, whether the goods are in China or not. … Read more »

  • Why More Canadian Companies Are Filing Trademarks in China: Part 1

    China’s vast and largely untapped consumer market has long been a promising target for businesses in Canada and elsewhere. The number of Canadians that have filed trademark protection applications in China over the past decade has exploded, rising more than 260 percent. According to experts, these n … Read more »

  • Understanding China’s New Trademark Law: Part 2

    In part one of our blog, we outline some of the initial changes to China’s Trademark Law, specifically the Trademark Infringement and Bad Faith Trademark Application. To read the first part of the series, click here. In this blog we are going to outline the consequences of trademark infringement. Ar … Read more »

  • YouTube Video Creators & Copyright: Who Owns the Rights? Part 2

    In our previous blog, we introduced the battle for copyright between YouTube Creator, Lindsay Ellis, and YouTube and Universal Music Group (UMG). Ellis has challenged YouTube’s copyright policy. To read the introduction of this blog in part one, click here. In this blog, we will further explore the … Read more »

  • YouTube Video Creators & Copyright: Who Owns the Rights? Part 1

    You might think you know the difference between a copyright violation and fair use, but do you know the latest challenges to the difference? The fine line between what’s fair and what’s a violation continues to shape itself both in court and in arbitration. One such case involves YouTube creator Lin … Read more »