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Recap: CIPP/Lallemand Seminar: How Influential Are Your Professors? The Role of Academics in IP Politics

On November 24th, the CIPP was pleased to welcome Professor Jean-Fédéric Morin of Université de Montréal to share a presentation about the role of academics and other actors in IP politics. In particular, Professor Morin spoke about the attitudes towards intellectual property rights held by actors in various roles (academia, policy, and practice) and in […] Read more

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Résumé: PI Masterclass: « Heures et malheurs » de l’harmonisation

Pour cette master class organisée par le CPPI le 7 octobre, Professeures Valérie-Laure Benabou, Mélanie Clément-Fontaine, et Célia Zolynski de l’Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines et membres du laboratoire de recherche DANTE, sont venues à la Faculté pour partager leur expertise en propriété intellectuelle européenne. Elles ont parlé des enjeux de l’harmonisation de la propriété intellectuelle en […] Read more

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Innovative to Abuse? Exploring the interactions between IP and competition law

On October 29th, 2008, McGill’s Centre for Intellectual Property Policy (CIPP), McMillan LLP and the European Union Center of Excellence, under the leadership of Professor Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse and Patrick Goudreau, held its inaugural Competition and Innovation colloquium on the theme: “Innovative to Abuse? Exploring the Interactions between Intellectual Property and Competition Law.” In an economy […] Read more

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Pop & Policy: Music Fast Forward

The successful Pop & Policy conference was held in October 2007 with Schulich School of Music and the international festival Pop Montreal. Some of its most interesting sessions were webcasted and can now be seen online: Digital and Analog: Who is Buying? ~ 1:57:10 The Future of Analog ~ 1:38:34 Creating, Generating Revenues and Sharing […] Read more

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Workshop on Intellectual Property, Biotechnology Capacity and Development (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

This event – hosted at the Argentinian Agencia Nacional de Promoción Científica y Tecnológica – was a workshop initiated by the IPMG in the context of its research project “Legal models of intellectual property protection: a transdisciplinary approach” funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Canadian Institutes for Health […] Read more

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Biotechnology and Intellectual Property: Restructuring for the Public Benefit (Montreal, Canada)

IPMG’s third international workshop was held in Montreal in September 2005. The meeting explored how ideas are translated into policy and focused on the creative uses of IP systems to harness public benefit from biotechnological innovation. Meeting participants included senior individuals responsible for policy development from Canada, the United States and Latin America. Biotechnology in […] Read more