The Internet has become the platform of choice for the exchange and sharing of ideas, and net neutrality advocates speak about a real attack on freedom of speech on the web that could have a tangible commercial impact on businesses that depend on the Internet and bandwidth for their commercial activities.More
Learn more about the web and mobile terms and conditions of use in a training session given by BCF Partner, Pascal Lauzon, and lawyers, Maude Papillon and Samuel Lajoie.More
Well, sort of...
The Supreme Court recently rejected Google's arguments by confirming the validity of an injunction.More
If you are running or considering an advertising campaign in the Province of Quebec, it is essential to obtain expert consumer protection law adviceMore
Our IP team can help you determine whether your company owns all of the rights to its logo, and to any other graphic or visual elements covered by copyright.More
The growing democratization of 3D printers and its legal issues.
The main legal issue raised by 3D printing is the infringement of intellectual property rights, which is somewhat reminiscent of the debate surrounding music and film piracy.More
Copyright law presents a number of subtleties, and the many platforms that can be used to distribute works each have their own distinct features. Are you about to undertake a project? To make sure you acquire all of the rights you may need someday, contact our team of specialists.More
The internet of things is a revolution for both businesses and consumers
Our partners Adam Allouba and Pascal Lauzon provide sound advice to businesses planning on manufacturing such objects.More
A number of legal issues surrounding its use seem to be arising.
These should definitely be taken into account by anyone creating a new revolutionary application.More
What is acceptable to use to get noticed in search engines.
It’s very tempting to copy a successful competitor’s meta tags or insert the trademark and slogan of that competitor into your own meta tags to attract some of the competitor’s clients to your site.More
Some thoughts to ponder for businesses
The singer Taylor Swift recently acquired the domain names taylorswift.porn and taylorswift.sucks... It is merely part of a strategy to protect her image and trade-mark.More
Court clarifies Charter exemption for unregistered trade marks
Twenty English-speaking merchants of Montreal recently contested a charge of non-compliance with the Charter of the French Language, better known as Bill 101. The defence of some merchants prevailed.More