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Proud sponsor of the AIPPI World Intellectual Property Congress

Proud sponsor of the AIPPI World Intellectual Property Congress 

Osler is a proud sponsor of the AIPPI’s 2014 World Intellectual Congress held in Toronto. The conference offers delegates the opportunity to learn about current issues and cases in the world of IP.

Learn more about the Congress here.

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OECD Releases 2014 BEPS Deliverables

On Sept. 16, 2014, the OECD released the first seven of 15 deliverables promised as part of the OECD/G20 base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) Action Plan. The recommendations proposed could have a significant impact on cross-border trade and investment around the world.

To read the full article, click here. 

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Canadian Securities Administrator Proposes Significant Amendments to Take-Over Bid Regime

The CSA have announced that they intend to publish for comment amendments that if implemented, will result in significant changes to the take-over bid regime in Canada.

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The Uncertain Future of Predicted Utility

The Uncertain Future of Predicted Utility

There is no more contentious question in Canadian patent law at the moment than the question of utility. We explore the difficult issue of predicted utility and its place in the future of disclosure requirements in Canada.

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AccessPrivacy CASL Workshop

CASL’s Installation of Computer Programs provisions come into force in January 2015, imposing an express consent regime on the installation of programs on another person’s PC, smartphone or computer-based device. This workshop highlights the meaning and impact of the provisions to help you prepare.

Learn more about the Sept. 19th workshop here.

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Ontario Superior Court Upholds Consultation

In the Wabauskang decision, the Ontario Superior Court made a significant observation confirming earlier guidance from numerous cases across Canada, finding that if there had been an improper delegation or a failure to fulfill the duty to consult, the remedy would have gone against Ontario and not Rubicon.

To read the full article, click here. 

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