Obtain the tools you need to efficiently handle any intellectual property matter, including Canadian copyright law and trademark law with IPSource™
IPSource on WestlawNext® Canada is an excellent starting point for your research in core areas like Canadian copyright law, trademark law and intellectual property law including patents, trademarks, copyright and industrial designs.
IPSource contains an extensive collection of Carswell's intellectual property, information technology and electronic commerce law commentary authored by leading practitioners. The commentary provides an authoritative and efficient research tool. The commentary includes links to case law and to the legislation within the following:
- Fox on Canadian Law of Copyright and Industrial Designs by John McKeown
- Fox on Canadian Law of Trade-marks and Unfair Competition by R.Scott Jolliffe and A. Kelly Gill
- Intellectual Property Disputes: Resolution and Remedies by Ronald Dimock
- Odutola on Canadian Trade-mark practice by Bayo Odultola and Sylvie-Émanuelle Bourbonnais
- Technology Contracting: Law, Precedents and Commentary by Bradley Limpert
- Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law by Barry B. Sookman
- Life Sciences Law in Canada by Adrienne M. Blanchard and Jane B.H. Steinberg
- Annotated Patent Act by Bruce Stratton
- Canadian Copyright Act by Robic (Laurent Carrière)
- Canadian Trade-Marks Act Annotated by Robic (Hughes Richard)
- Consolidated Intellectual Property Statutes by Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
- Consolidated E-Commerce Statutes by Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Stay current on the most recent developments and consult with pre-eminent authorities in the field.
DLA Piper Intellectual Property Law Newsletter
A bi-monthly electronic newsletter edited by Ronald E. Dimock and professionals of DLA Piper, discussing cases and issues of interest to intellectual property practitioners (formerly Dimock Stratton’s Intellectual Property Newsletter).
Mann's Information & Technology Newsletter
Bill C-119 amends PHIPA to clarify the personal health information obligations of health information custodians and the rights of health care recipients.
McKeown's Brand Management in Canadian Law Newsletter
A recent decision of the Federal Court provides some interesting comments concerning judicial comity and the standard of review.