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Lastest publications

  • “CIPP Annual Report 2016-2017” Annual report 2016-2017 – at 02 June – FINAL
  • Moyse P.-E. (dir.), Lord, F., Clouthier M., Pazdor, M., « Digital Patrimony: Facebook, Bitcoin, and a Good Death – 2016 McGill CIPP Report »
  • “CIPP Annual Report” Annual report 2015-2016 FINAL FINAL – 19 May 2016
  • Christians, Allison and Garofalo, Marco, “Using Tax As an Investment Promotion Tool” (2016). <>
  • Christians, Allison, “While Parliament Sleeps: Tax Treaty Practice in Canada” (2016). 10 J. Parl. & Political L. 15 (2016). <>
  • Christians, Allison, “Friends with Tax Benefits: Apple’s Cautionary Tale” (J2015). Tax Notes International, Vol. 78, No. 11, 2015. <>
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel, «La propriété», (2015) McGill Companion,
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel, « From importation to digital exhaustion: a Canadian copyright perspective », (2015) in I. Calboli, (dir.), Trademark Protection and Territoriality Challenges in the Global Economy, Edgar Edgar.
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel, « Le droit des utilisateurs au Canada Juris», (2015) 25 Juris, Art, Etc. 30-33
  • De Beer, Jeremy, Richard E. Gold & Mauricio Guaragna, « Intellectual Property Management : Policy Issues and Options » (2015).
  • Gold, E. Richard, “Pluralist Property: The Interaction of Legal and Social Norms” (2015).
  • Rivoire, Maxence and E. Richard Gold, “Propriété intellectuelle, Cour Suprême du Canada et droit civil” (2015) 60:3 McGill Law Journal, 381-430.
  • Christians, Allison and Cockfield, Arthur J., “Submission to Finance Department on Implementation of FATCA in Canada” (2014). <>
  • Grant, Emily, Megan Van den Hof and E. Richard Gold, “Patent landscape analysis: A methodology in need of harmonized standards of disclosure” (2014) 39 World Patent Information, 3-10.
  • Gold, E. Richard and Michael Shortt, “The Promise of the Patent in Canada and Around the World” (2014) 30:1 Canadian Intellectual Property Review, 35-77.
  • Morin, Jean-Frédéric and E. Richard Gold, “An Integrated Model of Legal Transplantation: The Diffusion of Intellectual Property Law in Developing Countries” (2014) 58 International Studies Quarterly 781-79.
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel. “‘La Confusion des Genres’: Logos and Packaging as Copyrighted Works” in Irene Calboli & Edward Lee, eds, Trademark Protection and Territoriality Challenges in the Global Economy (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2014).
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel. “Abus et propriété intellectuelle ou du bon usage des droits” in Teresa Scassa, Mistrale Goudreau, Madelaine Saginur, B Courtney Doagoo, eds, Intellectual Property for the 21st Century: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Intellectual Property Law (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2014).
  • Piper, Tina. “Putting Copyright in its Place” (2014) Canadian Journal of Law and Society [forthcoming].
  • Piper, Tina. “How War Creates Commons: General McNaughton and the National Research Council, 1914-1939” in Brett Frischmann, Michael Madison and Katherine J. Strandburg, eds., Cultural Commons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).
  • Gold, Richard, Robert Cook-Deegan & Tania Bubela. “AMP v Myriad: A Surgical Strike Against Blockbuster Business Models” (2013) 5(192) Science Translational Medicine 1.
  • Gold, Richard. “Patents and Human Rights: A Heterodox Analysis” (2013) 41:1 J of Law, Medicine and Ethics 185.
  • Gold, Richard, Tania Bubela, Gregory D Graff, Daniel R Cahoy, Dianne Nicol, & David Castle. “Patent Landscaping for Life Sciences Innovation: Toward Consistent and Transparent Practices” (2013) 31 Nature Biotechnology 202.
  • Gold, Richard & Dianne Nicol. “Beyond Open Source: Patents, Biobanks and Sharing” in Giovanni Pascuzzi, Umberto Izzo & Matteo Macilotti, eds, Comparative Issues in the Governance of Research Biobanks (New York: Springer, 2013) 191.
  • Lametti, David. “Laying Bare an Ethical Thread: From IP to Property to Private Law?” in S Balganesh, ed, Intellectual Property and the Common Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) 353.
  • Lametti, David. “The Concept of the Anticommons: Useful, or Ubiquitous and Unnecessary?” in H Howe & J Griffiths, eds, Concepts of Property in Intellectual Property Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) 232.
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel & Francis Lord, “Principes et justifications de la propriété intellectuelle” Fascicule 1 du Jurisclasseur Québec: Propriété Intellectuelle (Montréal: LexisNexis, 2013).
  • Moyse, Pierre-Emmanuel. “Droits moraux”, Fascicule 7 du Jurisclasseur Québec: Propriété Intellectuelle (Montréal: LexisNexis, 2013).
  • Lametti, David. “Prescription à la recherche du temps: In Search of Past Time (or Recognizing Things Past)” in M-F Bureau & M Dévinat, eds, Les livres du Code Civil du Québec (RDUS, 2012).
  • Lametti, David. “The Cloud: Boundless Digital Potential or Enclosure 3.0?” (2012) 17 Virginia Journal of Law & Technology 190.
  • Lametti, David. “The Virtuous P(eer): Reflections on the Ethics of File Sharing” in Annabelle Lever, ed, New Frontiers in the Philosophy of Intellectual Property (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012) 284.

Featured Publications


Jurisclasseur Propriété intellectuelle
P.-E. Moyse, with the contributions of D. Lametti, F. Lord and P.-E. Moyse (LexisNexis, 2013)

Composed of 30 modules—each treating a particular area of IP law—the JurisClasseur Québec – Propriété intellectuelle regroups expert contributions in five sections treating intellectual property rights, literary and artistic property, industrial drawings, trademarks and patents. Together, the authors paint a detailed picture of Canadian intellectual property law.



Putting Intellectual Property in its Place: Creative Labour and the Everyday
T. Piper et al. (Oxford University Press, 2014)

Putting Intellectual Property in its Place examines the relationship between creativity and intellectual property law on the premise that, despite concentrated critical attention devoted to IP law from academic, policy and activist quarters, its role as a determinant of creative activity is overstated. The effects of IP rights or law are usually more unpredictable, non-linear, or illusory than is often presumed.



Canadian Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials
Lametti et al. (Emond Montgomery, 2013)

This collective work by six Canadian intellectual property scholars covers the core areas of IP law including copyright, patents, trade-marks, industrial designs, passing off, and confidentiality. The underlying purpose of this casebook is to not only to analyze the fundamentals of Canadian IP law, but also to prepare students to engage in debates of policy and principle.


Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Case Studies and Conflicting Interests
Tania Bubela, E. Richard Gold, eds. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)

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