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“L’Internet démocratise-t-il le droit d’auteur? Réflexions sur la participation populaire.”

March 26, 2010 • 12h30 - 14hroom 202, 3644 Peel Street

  Speaker: Ysolde GENDREAU, B.C.L., LL.B., LL.M. (McGill); docteure en droit (Université de Paris II). Professor at the Université de Montréal since 1991 where she teaches intellectual property law and competition law. Has also taught at McGill University, Université de Paris II, Université de Paris XII, Université de Nantes, Université de Strasbourg III, Université de […] Read more

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Les Logiciels de Création: Entre la Main et l’Outil

March 19, 2010 • 12h30 - 14hRoom 202, 3644 Peel Street

  Speaker: Georges Azzaria est professeur à la Faculté de droit de l’Université Laval où il enseigne la propriété intellectuelle et la sociologie du droit. Ses recherches s’intéressent aux rapports entre l’art contemporain et le droit d’auteur ainsi qu’au statut socio-économique de l’artiste. Abstract: Cette présentation vise à discuter de l’impact de certains logiciels de […] Read more

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“Digital Locks and the Fate of Fair Dealing in Canada: In Pursuit of ‘Prescriptive Parallelism’”

March 12, 2010 • 12h30 - 14hroom 202, 3644 Peel Street

Speaker: Dr. Carys Craig is an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, where she teaches in the field of intellectual property law. She is the Director of the Osgoode Professional Development Part-time LL.M. Program in Intellectual Property. Dr. Craig received her LL.B with First Class Honours from the University of Edinburgh, her LLM from […] Read more

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Conférence droit civil + technos

February 18, 2010 • 13h30 - 17hCentre des Archives de Montréal, Édifice Gilles-Hocquart 535, avenue Viger Est Montréal (Québec) H2L 2P3

Et si nous faisions le point quant à l’impact des technologies de l’information sur le droit civil ! En effet, la révolution technologique, à l’instar de celles de l’écriture et de l’imprimerie, a transformé et transformera en profondeur nos modes de vie. Dans cette perspective, le droit dans sa fonction de régulation sociale ne peut y […] Read more

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“A Time and a Place for Everything: Enhancing the Performance of Olympic Intellectual Property”

February 5, 2010 • 12h30 - 14hroom 202, 3644 Peel Street

Speaker: Teresa Scassa (University of Ottawa) holds undergraduate law degrees in civil and common law from McGill University, as well as an LL.M. and an S.J.D. from the University of Michigan. She taught at Dalhousie Law School for 15 years before joining the faculty of law at the University of Ottawa as a full professor […] Read more

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What is a Newspaper? Archives and Recent Court Cases in Dialogue

January 22, 2010 • 12h30 - 14hroom 202, 3644 Peel Street

Speaker: Laura Murray (PhD Cornell 1993) is Associate Professor and Undergraduate Chair of the English Department of Queen’s University, where she teaches Nineteenth-century American literature and Literary Theory. She has published extensively on early Native American literature and exploration writing; see for example To Do Good to My Indian Brethren: The Writings of Joseph Johnson, […] Read more