By Kevin E.
As part of Osgoode’s IP Law and Technology Intensive Program, I had the amazing opportunity to serve a 10-week internship at AstraZeneca Canada under the supervision of AstraZeneca’s Legal Director, Denise Lacombe.
I admit I was a little anxious about spending ten weeks in Ottawa Hull. The experience of staying in Hull is a story in its own right, so the first day (before starting at CIPO) had me really questioning my life choices.
My semester at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of Osgoode’s Intellectual Property Law & Technology Intensive Program (IP Intensive) was an incredible–and frankly intense–experience.
“Why Ottawa?” Prior to starting my placement at the Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada (ISED) as part of Osgoode’s Intellectual Property Law & Technology Intensive Program (“IP Intensive”), I consistently found myself asking
When I left for Stanford, I really did not know what to expect.
When I first learned of Osgoode’s Intellectual Property Law & Technology Intensive Program (“IP Intensive”) I was in the process of applying to law school.
In honor of Black History Month, I have compiled a list of my top ten black inventors of all time.
Patents that have withstood scrutiny in Article III federal courts are not bad patents, they are good patents, and they ought not to be struck down by an Article I administrative tribunal.
The court granted defendant's motion to dismiss all but three of plaintiff's patent infringement claims for claim preclusion, including claims for a patent that issued after the filing date of the parties' earlier lawsuit.