Day: November 26, 2013

Intellectual property education: are Canadian law schools doing enough to support innovation?Intellectual property education: are Canadian law schools doing enough to support innovation?



Innovation is a major driver of economic growth. It is also central to the competitiveness of the Canadian economy. It is an engine that creates challenging and well paying jobs. The protection of intellectual property is an important element in promoting innovation and in supporting markets in the trade and dissemination of innovative and creative products and services.[1] Intellectual property is now a crucial asset, the ownership of which has become pivotal to corporations.  In some sectors their ultimate value is their IP.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-11-25Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-11-25