An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm: Perspectives from Canada (Google eBook)

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Ysolde Gendreau
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 352 pages
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An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm is a definitive guide to the creative, cosmopolitan, cool-headed, and compassionate jurisprudence of Canadian intellectual property law. This volume shows that Canadian intellectual property law is an eclectic bl
  

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Contents

The challenge of trademark law in Canadas federal and bijural system
3
A watershed year for well known or famous marks
22
Canadas treatment of geographical indications compliant or defiant? An international perspective
35
From Pasteur to Monsanto approaches to patenting life in Canada
67
Canadian pharmaceutical patent policy international constraints and domestic priorities
81
Canadian colonial copyright the colony strikes back
107
Canadian originality remarks on a judgment in search of an author
139
Moral rights in Canada an historical and comparative view
163
A uniquely Canadian institution the Copyright Board of Canada
197
Battleground between new and old orders control conflicts between copyright and personal data protection
227
When intellectual property rights converge tracing the contours and mapping the fault lines case by case and law by law
267
Surfacing the Canadian intellectual property identity
295
Index
311
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