Comparative Intellectual Property Law: Canada, the EU and the US (Sept 18)
Global connectedness has rendered Intellectual Property boundless, capable of traveling around the world at the blink of an eye. Trade agreements have sought to rationalize this reality, with the introduction of additional practice considerations as a by-product. So it is that for legal practitioners engaged in the protection and exploitation of related rights, a global awareness, and connectedness with practitioners in far flung places, are imperative.
Join us for a special program examining currently relevant topics in the sphere of intellectual property in Canada, the European Union and the United States.