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News 2014


Another big win for Shift Law! Trade-marks Opposition Board expunges registration for BROADVIEW 


Shift Law is recognized for its legal work by the Heart & Stroke Foundation

Article by John Simpson about latest proposed amendment to Copyright Act​


John Simpson lectures at Osgoode Hall Law School on IP law

Article on Shift Law's latest summary judgment win 


John Simpson quoted in article about official marks 

John Simpson quoted in article about new trademark legislation 

Interview with John Simpson about the upcoming new trademark legislation ​


John Simpson discusses the inevitable disclosure trade secrets doctrine 

Another big summary judgment win for Shift Law! See Brown v. Canada, 2014 FC 831


Article by John Simpson regarding the Harley Davidson "Screamin' Eagle" case 


John Simpson quoted regarding the proposed Digital Privacy Act 

Shift Law moving to downtown offices

More press about Shift Law's big win in domain name case

John Simpson discusses the value of registering trademarks in the Tangerine case


John Simpson quoted in article about the Digital Privacy Act 


Article by John Simpson regarding the Teksavvy case and copyright trolling 

John Simpson discusses "Screamin' Eagle" trade-mark decision 


John Simpson discusses Federal Court's decision in COHIBA case

John Simpson discusses why "Dumb Starbucks" is a dumber idea 


John Simpson discusses recent case about domain names where Shift Law obtained summary judgment on behalf of its client

John Simpson discusses generic trade-marks  

John Simpson quoted in article regarding trade-mark usage in pop culture 

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