Spotlight on the IP Intensive Program
Join us Jan. 16 @ Osgoode's Clinical and Intensive Info Session ft. IP Intensive Program
Congratulations to Prof. David Vaver C.M., F.R.S.C. on being inducted to the fellowship of the Royal Society of Canada!

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IP Intensive: MPA-Canada's Work to Reduce Online Piracy

This semester, I was given the opportunity to work at the Motion Picture Association – Canada (MPA-Canada) as part of Osgoode’s IP Law and Technology Intensive Program (IP Intensive). The time I spent at MPA-Canada has been, without a doubt, the highlight of my time in law school. Being able…

IP Intensive: The Purview of Industrial Policy – Ruminations from Selected INDU Committee Meetings - A Semester at ISED

At law school, policy is often a background discussion – something left to private chats with professors or fellow students as a creature of curiosity. However, at Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada (ISED), I was challenged to rethink my perspective on popular legal concepts and consider how the law…

IP Intensive: What’s that Bear? You’re comfortable with these risks? - A Semester at TVO

Like most 30 somethings who grew up in Ontario, my parents plopped me down in front of TVO to watch Today’s Special and the Polka-Dot-Door. However, unlike most 30 somethings, I spent my mid-twenties advocating for independent documentary programming with the Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC). Consequently, I had a…

IP Intensive: Arts, Crafts, Copyright & Trade - A Semester at Canadian Heritage

As an intern at the Department of Canadian Heritage as part of Osgoode’s IP Law & Technology Intensive Program (IP Intensive), I had the unique opportunity to help the Federal Government craft policies that support artists and other creators in Canada. Canadian Heritage has a wide mandate in the cultural…

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January 16, 2019
Clinical Education & Intensives Information Session
Join us to learn more about the IP Intensive program. Moot Court, 12:30 – 2:00 PM

February 11, 2019
IP Osgoode and the CIPO will be holding a symposium for women entrepreneurs.  More details to come.

Picks of the week

Amendments to the Patent Rules were published  in the Canada Gazette Part I. A second public consultation on proposed amendments to the Patent Rules will be opened until Dec. 31,2018.

The European Commission launched a public consultation on Connected Automated Mobility to identify the main challenges linked to the deployment of connected and automated cars.

The Competition Bureau has opened public consultations until Dec 31, 2018 on the latest version of the Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines.

The EPO recently issued guidance on the patenting of AI and machine learning technologies.