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Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada, 2nd Edition, CCH Canadian Ltd., 2012 (with Michael Deturbide).

Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada, 2nd Edition is a definitive resource on Internet and e-commerce law from Canada’s leading IT law experts, Teresa Scassa and Michael Deturbide.With a Foreword written by Justice Thomas Cromwell of the Supreme Court of Canada, this latest edition’s extensive coverage addresses the vast changes that have taken place in this dynamic and rapidly evolving field.Highlights in the new edition include:

* New Copyright Act amendments

* Trademark issues online

* Online contracting, including browse wrap agreements

* Personal information protection in the private sector

* Software and e-business patents

* Consumer protection online

* Canada's new anti-spam legistlation

* Online Anonymity

* Regulation of online speech

* Intermediary liability

* Web-based competition

* Internet domain names

* Jurisdictional issues

Published in Books

"Patents for Second Medical Indications:  Issues and Implications for Pharmacare in Canada" (March 26, 2001).  Report prepared for Health Canada.

Published in Reports/Consultations

Stephen Coughlan, Robert Currie, Hugh Kindred and Teresa Scassa, Global Reach, Local Grasp: Constructing Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in the Age of Globalization, Prepared for the Law Commission of Canada, May 31, 2006.

Published in Reports/Consultations
Saturday, 21 April 2007 09:47

Extension of Intellectual Property Rights

“Extension of Intellectual Property Rights”, prepared for the Competition Bureau and Industry Canada, April, 2007.

Published in Reports/Consultations

The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act: A Comprehensive Guide, by William Charnetski, Patrick Flaherty, and Jeremy Robinson (Toronto:  Canada Law Book Inc., 2001) 272pp., (2002) 1:2 Canadian Journal of Law and Technology 101-103. PDF available here

Published in Book Reviews

Adam B. Jaffe & Josh Lerner, Innovation and its Discontents:  How Our Broken Patent System is Endangering Innovation and Progress, and What to do About It (Princeton University Press, 2004) 236 pp. (2005) 42 Canadian Business Law Journal 316-324.

Published in Book Reviews

Book Review:  Math You Can’t Use:  Patents, Copyright, and Software by Ben Klemens.  Washington D.C., Brookings Institution Press, 2006. (2006) 44 Canadian Business Law Journal 147-157.

Published in Book Reviews

Book Review:  Stanley A. Cohen, Privacy, Crime and Terror:  Legal Rights and Security in a Time of Peril (Markham: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2005)  584 pp.  (2007) 6 C.J.L.T 67-71. PDF Available here

Published in Book Reviews

Book Review: Giuseppina D’Agostino, Copyright, Contracts, Creators:  New Media, New Rules, (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2010) 320pp., (2011) 9.1 Canadian Journal of Law and Technology 93-98

Published in Book Reviews
Monday, 20 June 2005 14:25


“Foreword” to Ikechi Mgbeoji, Biopiracy, UBC Press, 2005.

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Canadian Trademark Law

Published in 2015 by Lexis Nexis

Canadian Trademark Law 2d Edition

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Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada, 2nd Edition

Published in 2012 by CCH Canadian Ltd.

Electronic Commerce and Internet Law in Canada

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Intellectual Property for the 21st Century

Intellectual Property Law for the 21st Century:

Interdisciplinary Approaches

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