IP Law

Prof Tawfik and LTEC Lab Scholar-in-Residence contribute to Globe and Mail

Windsor Law professor Myra Tawfik (left) along with LTEC Lab scholar-in-residence Karima Bawa wrote an opinion piece for the Globe and Mail regarding the arms race of innovation and intellectual property being critical to Canadian efforts.

The authors note that we are witnessing a surge of new technologies and an aggressive pursuit for global dominance through IP ownership. In an economic race to the top, if Canada donesn't step up our IP game we risk being left behind.

Digital Locks, Physical Objects and Immaterial Works

Chapdelaine, Pascale, "Digital Locks, Physical Objects and Immaterial Works," Presented October 9 at the Texas A&M University School of Law IP Scholars Roundtable 2015. 

Windsor Law Faculty Author: Pascale Chapdelaine