Copyright Law & Practice in Canada Now 2012

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Report Code: LAP12852. December, 2012 . Toronto

ARTICLE 1

The Copyright Modernization Act – Deletions, Additions and
Interstitial Rights

Bob Tarantino
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE 2

Music Performance/Communication Rights in the Light of
Recent SCC Decisions and Bill C-11

Gilles Marc Daigle
Partner
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

ARTICLE 3

Canada, Copyright and International Treaties

Claude Brunet
Senior Partner
Norton Ross Canada LLP

ARTICLE 4

Is the Supreme Court of Canada Dealing with Copyright Fairly?

Sheldon Burshtein
Partner
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

ARTICLE 5

Educational Institutions, LAMs, Infringement and Remedies

Casey Chisick
Partner
Cassels Brock LLP

ARTICLE 6

Technological Neutrality – Long-Awaited Revolution or
Awkward Error?

Mark Hayes
Managing Director
Heydary Hayes PC

ARTICLE 7

Implications of the Copyright Modernization Act for Online Activities

Gerald (Jay) Kerr-Wilson
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 8

Dealing with Change

Susan H. Abramovitch
Partner
Gowlings LLP

ARTICLE 9

Implications of Recent Statutory and Judicial Developments
in Copyright Law for Deal-Making

Daniel G.C. Glover
Partner
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

ARTICLE 10

Goodmans Update

David Zitzerman
Partner
Goodmans LLP

ARTICLE 11

The Arrival of Technical Protection Measures

John McKeown
Partner
Cassels Brock LLP

ARTICLE 12

Developments in U.S. Copyright Law

Glenn A. Gundersen
Partner
Dechert LLP

ARTICLE 13

New User Rights in the Copyright Modernization Act

Mark Hayes
Managing Director
Heydary Hayes PC

ARTICLE 14

Fair Use Under U.S. Copyright Law

Dale Cendali
Partner
Kirkland and Ellis

ARTICLE 15

Canada & U.S. Copyright Laws: Converging, Diverging, Surpassing?

Ariel Katz
Professor, Faculty of Law
University of Toronto

ARTICLE 16

Is Canadian Copyright Law Converging to, or Diverging From,
US Copyright Law?

Grace Westcott
Westcott Law

ARTICLE 17

The Relevance and Future of Copyright Law

Dr. Michael Geist
Canada Research Chair of Internet & E-commerce Law