The province has launched “Intellectual Property Ontario” (see earlier post). From the press release, “Intellectual Property Ontario is a new board-governed agency, which will be a go-to resource for IP expertise to help Ontario-based researchers and companies maximize the value of their IP, strengthen their capacity to grow, compete in the global market and enhance their research and commercialization outcomes.”
Ontario has created “Intellectual Property Ontario”, a new agency directed to among other things “increase public access to services and resources in respect of intellectual property in order to advance economic growth and competitiveness in Ontario” by supporting development and protection of IP, partnering with educational institutions and providing recommendations to the government. Continue reading Intellectual Property Ontario
As an update on the Ontario courts, the government made an order under s. 7.1 of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act suspending limitation periods and procedural time periods. The suspension is retroactive to March 16, 2020.