Tuesday July 18, 2017

Court Copyright Decision Affects Canadian Universities

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Christene H. Hirschfeld, Q.C.Christene Hirschfeld, Q.C., ICD.D., Intellectual Property and Business Law Lawyer, recently discussed the ruling over how universities pay for intellectual property with Information Morning Nova Scotia on CBC Radio One.

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