Book Review: “Copyright and Collective Authorship – Locating the Authors of Collaborative Work” (Cambridge University Press) by Dr. Daniela Simone (Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of University College London’s Institute of Brand and Innovation Law)

“A must-read for anyone interested in the interaction between law and the creative process. This book made me think differently about copyright law and what it promotes and values when it comes to (not) recognizing those who contribute to the creation of works” says Dr. Pascale Chapdelaine (Associate Professor Windsor Law) who recently reviewed Dr.… Continue reading

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Connected Commerce: Self-Driving Tucks & Their Impact on Cross-Border Trade, Panel Discussion March 10, 2020

Sigma KhanWindsor Law Dual JD Candidate 2022 The University of Windsor is situated near the busiest international border crossing in North America in terms of trade volume. The Ambassador Bridge, which can be viewed during a stroll outside of the Law Building, carries more than 25% of all merchandise trade between the United States and… Continue reading

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The Ladies of Windsor are heading to Oxford!

Kevin SzetoStudent Writer, Windsor Law LTEC LabJD Candidate, 2021 Windsor Law has been invited to participate in the 18th Annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot. Windsor Law will be competing against 27 other law schools from across the globe on March 19 to March 21, 2020. The team members pictured above (left to right):… Continue reading

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Bill 72 Rejected in Ontario: Exploring the Implications of Right to Repair Legislation on Consumer Ownership Rights and Intellectual Property Law

Adrin Shojaie[1]Student Writer, Windsor Law LTEC Lab JD Candidate, 2021 Introduction In February 2019, Liberal MPP Michael Coteau introduced Bill 72 to require electronic manufacturers to provide consumers and third party repair shops the necessary resources to repair electronic products that function at least in part because of electronics in or attached to them.[2] The… Continue reading

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MEDIA AND SPACE SYMPOSIUM: A Dialogue between Law and Communication Studies

From left to right: Dr. Michael Darroch, Philip Morais, Andrew McLuhan, and Dr. Elaine Kahn. “The electric light is pure information.” –Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media Philip Morais[1]Windsor Law J.D. Candidate 2021 On October 25, 2019, Windsor Law LTEC Lab and the School of Creative Arts co-hosted Media & Space: The Regulation of Digital Platforms, New… Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence and the Justice System

Akhil Shah[1]Student Writer, Windsor Law LTEC LabJD Candidate 2021 On November 20, 2019, Windsor Law LTEC Lab hosted a presentation by Nye Thomas, Executive Director and Ryan Fritsch, Counsel at the Law Commission of Ontario (LCO).  The LCO is an independent law reform agency with a mandate to be at an arms-length from the judiciary… Continue reading

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New Certificate Patent Practice Being Offered in 2020

In May 2020, Professor Wissam Aoun is launching a 4-day intensive learning experience. The certificate course is free (approximately $2000 value) courtesy of generous funding from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED). The course will explore many essential topics of patent practice including: inventor interviewing, searching, reporting, drafting, and prosecution. For more information on registration… Continue reading

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Internet, Right of Communication to the Public and Implied License: a Seminar by Oxford University’s Dr. Poorna Mysoor

Alethea SongWindsor Law LTEC Lab Student Writer JD Candidate 2020 On October 2, 2019, Windsor Law LTEC Lab hosted a presentation by Dr. Poorna Mysoor as she engaged the audience with details of her upcoming monograph about implied licenses in copyright law, to be published by Oxford University Press in 2020. An accomplished scholar, Dr.… Continue reading

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Searching for Originality in Music – A Copyright Law Perspective

​Alethea Song1  Student Writer, Windsor Law LTEC Lab J.D. Candidate 2020​  Prior to attending law school, I completed my bachelor of music (B.Mus) from the University of Toronto, specializing in music education and trumpet performance. Throughout my undergrad, I constantly wondered how musical works could sound so similar to one another and whether composers were… Continue reading

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Windsor Law Offers New IP Clinic Course in Collaboration with EPICentre

Akhil Shah[1]Student Writer, Windsor Law LTEC LabJ.D. Candidate 2021 The University of Windsor Faculty of Law is now offering a new intellectual property (IP) clinic course in collaboration with EPICentre, an on-campus entrepreneurship and innovation centre. The course, developed by Windsor Law Professor Myra Tawfik and officially known as the Entrepreneurship and Law: EPICentre Practicum,… Continue reading

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