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Copyright Law Courses for Nonlawyers in September 2015

What copyright issues do you need to learn about? Our September  2015 copyright law courses are set out below. Don’t see what you are looking for? Lots of other copyright courses are offered year round. See our complete list of copyright […]

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10 Myths About Canadian Copyright Law

Does fair use exist in Canada?  Do you have to register a work to be protected by Canadian copyright law?  Does Canada belong to the international treaties on

Syllabus for eTutorial: Developing A Copyright Policy or Guidelines

Complete a draft Copyright Policy or Guidelines in the 8 lessons in this unique, practical course. Next offering: October 14 - 30, 2015. Syllabus is below. Register now and

Syllabus for eTutorial: Canadian Copyright Law

Register for next offering September 16 - October 7, 2015 Description of eTutorial on Canadian Copyright Law (CCL) CCL is a 16 e-lesson eTutorial course which is a primer/refresher on

Syllabus for eTutorial: U.S. Copyright Law for Canadians

This new course was offered for the first time in February 2015. Register. Next offering: November 12 – 18, 2015. Description of eTutorial U.S. Copyright Law for Canadians (USC) USC

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Leading in the Digital World: Opportunities for Canada’s Memory Institutions

Council of Canadian Academies I recently experienced the wonderful opportunity of being on the Expert Panel on Memory Institutions and the Digital Revolution organized by the Council of Canadian

Canada extends copyright duration in sound recordings

Copyright Duration in Sound Recordings Extended in Canada

Extension of Copyright Duration in Canada Canada has extended the duration of copyright in performances and sound recordings to 70 years after the release date of the sound recording.

Orphan Works in Canada

Orphan Works in Canada: Unlocatable Copyright Owners

Orphan Works in Canada Unlike the U.S. and many other countries, Canada has a mechanism in its Copyright Act to help obtain permission to use content in which the

Copyright Board of Canada: Royalties from Provincial and Territorial Governments

On 22 May 2015, the Copyright Board of Canada issued its decision relating to royalties to be paid by provincial and territorial governments for the copying of literary

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Canada States its Intention to Join Marrakesh Treaty

The Canadian government announced its intention to accede to the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Otherwise Print

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