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Ad-hear to the Law: My Top Ten IP-Related Podcast Episodes
By Claire Wortsman, IPilogue Writer
Parody Law: Greenpeace Tackles "Australia's Greatest Liability"
By Junghi Woo, IPilogue Writer
Den of Thieves
By Tiffany Wang, IPilogue Writer
Harley-Davidson Wins Yet Another Trademark Infringement Suit
By Sabrina Macklai, IPilogue Senior Editor
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Bracing for Impact Webinar: AI's Dirty Footprint
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Leading Legal Disruption: Artificial Intelligence And A Toolkit For Lawyers And The Law
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Ad-hear to the Law: My Top Ten IP-Related Podcast Episodes

Photo Credits: C D-X (Unsplash) Claire Wortsman is an IPilogue Writer and a 2L JD Candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School.   While certain sectors of the entertainment industry, especially those involving live events, were hit hard by COVID-19, podcasting has survived (and thrived) amidst the pandemic. As lockdown measures…

Parody Law: Greenpeace Tackles "Australia's Greatest Liability"

Photo Credits: Jack Hunter (Unsplash) Junghi Woo is an IPilogue Writer and a 3L JD Candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School   On June 8th, the Federal Court of Australia ruled that AGL Energy, Australia’s largest electricity generator, failed to establish its trademark and copyright infringement claim against Greenpeace, an…

Den of Thieves

Photo Credits: Lavi Perchik (Unsplash) Tiffany Wang is an IPilogue Writer, IP Innovation Clinic Fellow, and a 2L JD Candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School.   In 2008, three former Motorola Solutions employees, Samuel Chia, Y.T. Kok, and G.S Kok, accessed more than 7,000 Motorola documents prior to joining Chinese…

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Gowling WLG Best Blog in IP Law and Technology Prize Winners
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Picks of the week

The Government of Canada Launches Consultation on a Modern Copyright Framework for AI and the Internet of Things
Until September 17, 2021, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry and Minister of Canadian Heritage are welcoming feedback on their consultation paper outlining a copyright framework for works associated with artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. Read their press release here.