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By Katie Wang,
Industrial Design

Proposed New Industrial Design Regulations in Canada

On June 27, 2018 the Government of Canada published the new Industrial Design Regulations in the Canada Gazette. The new Regulations are to carry out amendments made to the Industrial Design Act in 2014, and to facilitate Canada’s accession to the Hague Agreement.
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By Ashley Dumouchel,
Copyright, Trademark

Brand Architects: Helping your Clients Protect their Assets

Graphic designers, marketing agencies, product photographers – you are brand architects – you design the brand house that your clients live in and become known by. Part of your responsibility as a brand architect is ensuring that the product you deliver is a unique and protectable business asset. That’s a big responsibility.
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By Ryan Plachcinski,
Copyright

Music Copyright and Licensing 101

Music Copyright and Licensing 101: How Music Copyright and Licensing Operate in The Evolving Music Marketplace

Let’s face it, consumers today have easier access to music than ever before. There are a multitude of ways to listen to a song in 2018, whether that be via FM radio, Satellite radio, on-demand interactive streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and Amazon Music, or by traditional media such as CD’s, LP Records, and yes, even AM/FM cassette tapes.
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By Aventum IP Law,
Cannabis, Intellectual Property, Press Releases

Aventum to Participate in Cannabis Conference

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (July 24, 2018). Aventum is excited to be an Exhibitor at the GrowUp Conference & Expo in Niagara Falls, Ontario on September 7-8, 2018.
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By Aventum IP Law,
Press Releases

The Future of Shapiro Cohen has Arrived

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (May 14, 2018). We’re thrilled to announce that Shapiro Cohen LLP is undergoing a significant and exciting transformation.
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