Intellectual property is a term that comprises a bundle of intangible property including property protected by copyright, industrial designs, patents, confidential information, and trademarks. Each of these areas of law protects different forms of intangible property, each with its own subject matter, conditions to be recognized, and set of rights. Intellectual Property Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary provides students and practitioners with a comprehensive collection of cases and materials relating to intellectual property law.
Written by Barry Sookman, Steven Mason and Daniel Glover, noted experts in the field, this text presents analysis and commentary on leading and illustrative Canadian intellectual property decisions. Cases are edited to bring out the most salient features of the decision.