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  • Confidentiality and Privacy in Justice Cromwell’s Report: Uses and Misuses

    The image describes the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Issues of confidentiality and privacy feature prominently in Former Justice Cromwell’s Report on the search process for the Directorship of the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. They appear in … Read more »

  • IP Scholars’ Submission to the Copyright Term Extension Consultation

    After a longstanding rejection of copyright term extension beyond the international law standard of life of the author plus 50 years, the Canadian government caved to pressure from the United States and agreed, in Article 20.62 of the Canada-US-Mexico Trade Agreement (CUSMA), to extend the term of c … Read more »

  • The Chicago School and the Forgotten Political Dimension of Antitrust Law

    I am very excited to announce that my new essay “The Chicago School and the Forgotten Political Dimension of Antitrust Law” has been published in the University of Chicago Law Review. Here’s the abstract: An economically oriented and technocratic view of antitrust has dominated the discipline’s prac … Read more »

  • Happy Fair Dealing Week 2020

    It’s Fair Dealing and Fair Use Week. I didn’t initially plan to write anything but Meera Nair’s excellent post on fair dealing misrepresentations prompted me to add a few points. Meera’s post describes how sixteen years after CCH v LSUC and “[d]espite the continued development of fair dealing by our … Read more »

  • Oops, the Board did it again, and again, and again

    On Wednesday, February 12, 2020, the Copyright Board sent out a Notice by email (the Notice has not yet appeared on the Board’s website) correcting an error made in its decision from December 6, 2019 regarding the approval of Access Copyright’s higher education tariffs. This is the second Notice cor … Read more »