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IP Year in Review 2018 – A Milestone Year for IP Osgoode and Ground-breaking Changes in the Canadian IP landscape

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Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Symposium at Osgoode Hall Law School

IP Osgoode, the intellectual property (IP) and technology law program at Osgoode Hall Law School, and the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) will co-host the ‘Empowering Women Entrepreneurs: Effective Strategies for IP Commercialization and Success’ symposium on Monday, February 11 at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. This unique women…

A Call to Action: Moving Forward with the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in Canada

The Government of Canada has committed to accelerating the growth of the country’s world-class AI sector. This emerging technology has the potential to impact nearly every segment of Canada’s economy, including national security, health care and government services. To prepare for the key challenges and opportunities that artificial intelligence (AI)…

IP Year in Review 2018 – A Milestone Year for IP Osgoode and Ground-breaking Changes in the Canadian IP landscape

As we settle into 2019, we look forward to topping the successes of the last year! Ten years ago IP Osgoode, Osgoode’s flagship Intellectual Property Law and Technology Program, was launched with the dream of creating a vibrant community to engage in balanced and objective research, and offer new and…

One of Wearable Technology’s Most Prominent Homes: Toronto

Toronto is quickly becoming a leader in the wearable technology industry, and is home to several innovative start-ups that have been very active in this field. In particular, there has been a focus on using wearable technology in relation to fitness and medical needs, with biometrics being a primary indicator.…

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March 21, 2019
SAVE THE DATE!
Bracing for Impact: The AI Challenge – A Road Map for AI Governance in Canada (Part II: Data, Policy & Innovation) 
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Picks of the week

The non-renewal of the Copyright Term Extension Act in the United States has resulted in an estimated 50,000 works entering the country’s public domain and has ended successive copyright term extensions in the country. Works from 1923, including some by Charlie Chaplin and Aldous Huxley, are now freely available for re-use.   

The Canadian Intellectual Property Office has released the 2018 IP Canada Report. This, the third report in a series, finds that trademarks and industrial designs are again the fastest growing types of IP rights filed for by Canadian at home and abroad.