CIPP/Lallemand Seminars

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CIPP/Lallemand Seminars Events

CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: Patenting Computer Implemented Inventions (CII) – The European Patent Office Experience  (co-sponsored by Goudreau Gage Dubuc)

CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: Patenting Computer Implemented Inventions (CII) – The European Patent Office Experience Lecturers : Cristina Lopes Margarido & Falk Giemsa Respondent : Gonzalo Lavin, ing., Patent Agent (Goudreau Gage Dubuc) Friday, October 20, 2017, New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 202, 13:00-14:30 The presentation concerns the examination practice of computer-implemented inventions (CII) in the field of business methods, gaming, […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: Hacktivism

CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: Hacktivism Lundi 23 octobre, 13h00-14h30, 3644 Peel, local 316 This talk will explore how big data analytics are used to monitor security vulnerability disclosures in the dark market, and how to prevent the zero-day vulnerabilities from becoming escalated acts of persistent advanced cybersecurity threats.  Vulnerabilities are lucrative commodities in the dark market as well as […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand Seminar “Brexit: Creating A New IP Landscape?”

Graeme B. Dinwoodie is the Professor of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law at the University of Oxford, Director of the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, and a University Professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law. He has previously taught at the National University of Singapore (as the Yong Shook Lin Professor in Intellectual Property Law), New York University University […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand seminar “Poisonous Science : the Dark Side of Academic Copyright in the Digital Age”

Lecturer: Prof. Roberto Caso Abstract: Copyright on academic and scientific publications (papers, articles, essays, books etc.) is the result of the interaction between formal rules (copyright law), social norms (norms of science) and technology (printing press, digital technologies). Prior to the digital age, academic copyright has had two main functions. a) Priority. The acknowledgment of […] Read more

Past events

CIPP/Lallemand Seminars Events

CIPP/Lallemand Seminar “Global Law of Monopolies, Human Rights, and Access to Medicines”

Lecturer: Prof. Calixto Salomão Filho Discussant: Prof. Daniel Weinstock In the global arena, frequently the effectiveness of human rights is dependent upon the adoption of structural measures to curb market power of monopolies or big enterprises. In the case of the access to drugs, it can require the adoption of strategic litigation aiming at the […] Read more

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University Patent Licenses in the CRISPR Era – a talk by Jacob S. Sherkow

CRISPR is a revolutionary advance in biotechnology: it allows molecular biologists to edit cells’ DNA with ease and precision unimaginable even a decade ago. The technology is also the subject of contentious patent dispute between several universities, and governed by a maze licensing agreements among research institutions, nonprofits, biotech startups, and large pharmaceutical developers. Patents […] Read more

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Reconciling Heritage: Working at the Intersection of Intellectual Property, Indigenous Heritage, and Human Rights

The CIPP and the CHLRP welcome George Nicholas, for a discussion of traditional knowledge as Indigenous intellectual property, and his community-based research and human rights activism. George Nicholas is Professor of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. His research focuses on intellectual property rights and archaeology, Indigenous archaeology, the archaeology and human ecology of wetlands, […] Read more

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The Stakes of Tax and Intellectual Property: A European Approach with Nicolas Binctin

The Stakes of Tax and Intellectual Property: A European Approach The current political discourse in tax policy and intellectual property policy originated in 1970s Ireland and in France. These tax policies, which were in a sense developed as public support for innovation and creation, are oriented to help creators and inventors. Now, tax competition between […] Read more

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Beyond IP: The Cost of Free Informational Capitalism in a Post IP Era

Guy Pessach is a Law Professor at the Faculty of Law, Hebrew University Jerusalem. His main areas of research are Copyright Law, Comparative and International Aspects of the Creative Industries and Law & Technology. Guy was a Fulbright Scholar, Residential Fellow at the Information Society Project, Yale Law School; a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law […] Read more

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Non-Traditional Trademarks Unplugged: Or Should Trademark Law Protect Aesthetic Product Features?

The next CIPP/Lallemand Seminar will feature Irene Calboli on Non-Traditional Trademarks Unplugged: Or Should Trademark Law Protect Aesthetic Product Features? The event is open to all and CLE accreditation has been requested. There is a $40 charge for lawyers seeking CLE accreditation.   Abstract In the past decades, the scope of trademark protection has exponentially expanded. Today, a […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand/McGill Arbitration Student Society Seminar: Intellectual Property Rights as Foreign Direct Investment: When Intellectual Property Crosses Borders: Dangers and Opportunities

The MASS former executive member and a doctoral candidate at McGill University Lukas Vanhonnaeker will be giving a presentation on Intellectual Property Rights as Foreign Direct Investment on January 20, 2016 at 4pm in Room 316. Le séminaire est organisé par le Centre des politiques en propriété intellectuelle, la Société étudiante d’arbitrage de McGill et […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: La protection des plantes: Loi sur les obtentions végétales

A CIPP/Lallemand seminar with Me Julie Gauvreau (Goudreau Gage Dubuc). Comment les plantes peuvent-elles être protégées au Canada? La Loi sur les obtentions végétales canadienne vient d’être modernisée, 25 ans après son adoption. Il s’agissait entre autres de l’harmoniser avec la convention internationale (UPOV, 1991) et ainsi les lois correspondantes d’autres pays, promouvoir l’innovation en […] Read more

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CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: How Influential Are Your Professors? The Role of Academics in IP Politics

Price: $40 charge for lawyers seeking CLE accreditation CIPP/Lallemand seminar with Professor Jean-Frédéric Morin (Université Laval), Canada Research Chair in International Political Economy. Open to all, $40 charge for lawyers seeking CLE accreditation (CLE credit requested for 1.5 hours). Read more