When did it get to be the end of April already? This year is flying by! 

So without further ado, here are the most popular articles from ILNToday for this week! 

  • Official Marks in Canada – Foreign public authorities need not apply from Clark Wilson: Karen Monteith discusses the Federal Court of Canada recent ruling in favor of Maple Leaf Foods Inc. in an appeal of the decision of the Registrar of Trade-marks.
     
  • Pitfalls In Proving CERCLA Divisibility Of Harm from Epstein Becker & Green: Bill Ruskin delves into the Pakootas v. Teck Cominco Metals Ltd. case, and a judge’s recent ruling that PRP Teck Cominco Metals, Ltd. failed to prove that contamination at a CERCLA site was divisible and, as a result, will be subject to CERCLA 107 joint and several liability at an upcoming September 2012 bench trial. 


Continue Reading Week of April 23, 2012 on ILNToday – A Roundup

It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve done a round-up, as I’ve been circling the globe again! I’m finally back in the office for a decent amount of time, so look forward to seeing more ILNToday roundups again! 

This week, we’ve had a LOT of great content coming through. So without further ado: 


Continue Reading Week of March 26, 2012 on ILNToday – A Roundup

It’s time for another roundup here on a rainy Friday morning in New Jersey! 

Once again we’re seeing some excellent content coming out of our member firms from around the world – I highly recommend checking out these articles and blog posts. I’m switching over entirely to a top 10 each week, so without further ado, here’s your roundup for this week!

  • Digital IP and the Supreme Court of Canada Crookes v. Newton from Fogler Rubinoff: In this article, IP expert, Colleen Spring Zimmerman examines the sticky issue of hyperlinks with respect to libel in the case of Crookes v Newton, and the potential ramifications for copyright issues. 
     
  • Trends 2012: Employment tribunals from Fladgate LLP: Lou Marshall of Fladgate LLP discusses an employment tribunal’s recent award to Dr. Eva Michalak, the measures being implemented by the government in April as part of a tribunal review, and things to be aware of.


Continue Reading Week of January 23, 2012 on ILN Today – Roundup!

In 2012, we’re starting a new category of post here on Zen – the roundup! We’ve got a LOT of fabulous content coming in from our attorneys over at our main site, and I’ll be giving you the highlights weekly.  Normally, I’ll be doing these on Fridays, but I took the day off last