25-27 avril 2018
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Student group says restricting copyright exceptions will hurt education (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the Copyright Act, which is currently being reviewed by the Commons commitee on industry, science and technology.

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Dean at University of Ottawa's faculty of law wins legal writing award (The Lawyer's Daily)
Adam Dodek, who is the newly installed dean of the common law section at the University of Ottawa's faculty of law, has been honoured with a legal writing award.

Près de 3500 fonctionnaires dans les services d'information d'Ottawa (TVA Nouvelles)
Teresa Scassa, Faculté de droit, partage son opinion sur le fait qu’il y a 3500 fonctionnaires au services d’information du gouvernement.

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Can we die? The seriously ill need clarity (The Conversation)
Article co-authored by Jennifer Chandler, Faculty of Law, on assisted dying.

Saskatchewan launches constitutional challenge of federal tax (National Post)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, comments on the Saskatchewan government launching its challenge of the federal carbon price.

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Saskatchewan is launching a court reference that just might kill the carbon tax (Maclean’s)
Nathalie Chalifour, Faculty of Law, comments on Saskatchewan launching a court reference against the carbon tax.

Carbon court: Saskatchewan seeks Court of Appeal ruling on federal carbon tax (Boe Report)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, comments on Saskatchewan asking the province's Appeal Court to rule on whether Ottawa can impose a carbon tax.

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Canada introduces measures aimed at improving intellectual property development (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the new measures unveiled by the federal government which aim to improve intellectual property development.

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Publications similaires | Similar publications
Canada's new IP strategy wisely tackles abuse of patents and trademarks (The Globe and Mail)
How the government hopes to strengthen intellectual property in Canada (Canadian Business Magazine)

Targeting whistleblowers equals intimidation, says watchdog (CBC News)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, comments on whistleblowing rights.

Saskatchewan launches constitutional challenge of federal carbon tax (National Post)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, comments on the Saskatchewan government launching its challenge of the federal carbon price.

Saskatchewan seeks Court of Appeal ruling on federal carbon tax   (CTV News Toronto)
Nathalie Chalifour and Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, comment on the Saskatchewan government launching its challenge of the federal carbon price.

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Accès à l'information: les données ouvertes loin de suffire (TVA Nouvelles)
Teresa Scassa, Faculté de droit, partage son opinion sur les données ouvertes du gouvernement.

Tobacco manufacturers reach agreement on wording for corrective statements (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, comments on the agreement between the US government and tobacco companies.

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Vendredi, Avril 27, 2018
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