IP Law

Lecture series on transnational intellectual property law to feature industry experts

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The Law and Technology Lab (LTEC Lab) at Windsor Law has partnered with the European IP Institutes Network Innovation Society (EIPIN-Innovation Society) to launch a new speaker series.

The virtual events will feature international experts on intellectual property law of varying experience — from graduate students to early-stage and experienced scholars — from around the world.

Professor Myra Tawfik appears on TVO's The Agenda

Last spring, the Ontario government struck an expert panel on intellectual property to help figure out ways to get businesses to better capitalize on their innovations and inventions. That panel delivered its recommendations this month. One of the findings was that there's not enough understanding of this entrepreneurial opportunity.

Professor Wissam Aoun develops Certificate in Patent Practice

A four-day, intensive training course developed by Professor Wissam Aoun will offer certification in patent practice, the first of its kind in Canada.

The Certificate in Patent Practice, funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) as part of its Intellectual Property (IP) Legal Clinics Program, is being developed for — and offered free of charge to — Canadian law students.