2016

Presentations and papers

Recap: Regulating Innovation: Law and the Creative District workshop

On April 15th, 2016, Professors Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse and Allison Christians hosted a workshop along with Jacob Heyka (2L student and project leader), and a team of ten law student researchers, as part of their SSHRC-funded research project “Regulating Innovation: Law and the Creative District” at the Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal in the Quartier de […] Read more

IP News this month

IP News April 2016

Welcome back to IP News This Month! I’m delighted to say the CIPP’s website got a long-awaited facelift – and so has your venerable newsletter. I’ll be adding pretty features in coming months, but in the meantime here’s your reliable round-up of all things IP, culled from news reports around the world. Thanks for reading – Jeff […] Read more

CIPP/Lallemand Seminars

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

CIPP/Lallemand Seminars

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

IP News this month

IP News February 2016

Top 3 Stories Law professors vs Harvard Law Review: profs are proffering a public domain alternative to the futsy system of citation known as the Bluebook, but a copyright claim means the project is in jeopardy More » Apple and Samsung’s global patent battle may end with a whimper. The Federal Circuit threw out a $119 million […] Read more

Presentations and papers

Recap on the CIPP/Lallemand/McGill Arbitration Student Society Seminar

On January 20th the CIPP was pleased to partner with the McGill Arbitration Student Society to organize a seminar led by one of our own doctoral candidates, Lukas Vanhonnaeker. Lukas Vanhonnaeker mainly focuses on international trade law and international investment law, and, in this seminar, discussed their intersection with intellectual property law. Mr. Vanhonnaeker structured […] Read more

CIPP/Lallemand Seminars

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