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Canadian intellectual property law

Could the creations of artificial intelligence be entitled to intellectual property protection?

Given the ever changing landscape of AI based technology and legal developments, those involved in AI would be well advised to seek guidance on how to best leverage technological advancement to improve the efficiency and efficacy of their creative processes.

 

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Sweeping changes to Canadian Trade-marks Act: At what cost to trademark owners?

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On March 28, 2014, the Canadian government proposed in Bill C-31, the Economic Action Plan 2014, No. 1, the most important changes to the Trade-marks Act since 1953. Bill C-31 is an omnibus bill comprising 375 pages that if enacted would also amend more than 60 other unrelated laws. The last time that Canada’s trademark […]

 

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