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978-0-7798-6698-4
Book + CD-ROM
Approximately 230 pages
1 volume bound
hardcover
2015-10-30
Carswell

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Canadian Copyright/Industrial Designs Benchbook + CD
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Description
The Canadian Copyright/Industrial Designs Benchbook is based on the series of electronic textbooks for the Canadian judiciary that were created jointly by the Law Society of Upper Canada's Specialty Committee in Intellectual Property Law and the National Judicial Institute. Electronic Benchbooks were a 21st century initiative that made textbooks on Canadian law in electronic form available online to all judges across Canada. A logical evolution of the IP Benchbooks was to have them published so that they could be made available to the Canadian bar. Some of the most senior and well regarded IP lawyers in Canada have authored or co-authored chapters and have brought to bear their tremendous experience and analytical skills to produce a meaningful interpretation of this sometimes complex and confusing area of law. An essential text for new members of the intellectual property law bar and those seeking to refocus their skills of the fundamental legal and business realities of patent law practice.
About the Author
Donald M. Cameron focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, particularly relating to patent, trade-mark, copyright, trade secrets law, and technology licences as well as trade-mark prosecution. He also advises clients on intellectual property portfolio strategies and the intellectual property aspects of technology licensing. He is certified as a Specialist by the Law Society of Upper Canada in Intellectual Property Law (Patents, Trademarks and Copyright) and Civil Litigation.


Don has participated in intellectual property law litigation involving a broad range of technologies and businesses including electromagnetic fields and induction, semiconductor chip fabrication, telecommunications, mechanical devices, bio-engineering, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and computer databases. Don was senior trial counsel in Canada's first DNA patent trial and appeal.


Don is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and an Adjunct Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto, teaching Patent and Trade Secret Law at both the undergraduate and graduate level..

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