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Equustek Case – US District Court overrules SCC?

On June 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada considered issues of comity, freedom of expression and extraterritorial effect and confirmed the order against Google, also noting that absent a showing that the order would compel Google to break U.S. law, the extra-territorial reach of the order was justified in the circumstances of the case.

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INTA Leadership Meeting Washinton DC

Mihaela Hutanu  is currently attending INTA’s Leadership Meeting in Washington, DC November 7-10, 2017. Mihaela is a member of INTA’s Trademark Office Practices Committee.

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UBC Alumni Career Panel

Andy Chow, Associate will be a panelist on the Microbiology and Immunology Alumni Career Panel and networking event sponsored by UBC Department of Microbiology and Immunology.

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SCC Upholds Worldwide Google Injunction

Last week the Supreme Court of Canada rendered its judgement in a closely watched case involving the Internet search engine giant Google.

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No More Promise Land

In its highly-anticipated decision, the Supreme Court unanimously overturned the Federal Court of Appeal, and in doing so, did away with the Promise Doctrine that had been established by the Federal Courts.

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