(The Final) Bill C-32: Commentary Round-up

Bill C-32 (The Copyright Modernization Act) died with the prorogation of the 40th Canadian Parliament on March 26, 2011.  My own views on the bill were (and remain) largely irrelevant, but I will be discussing what would have changed had the bill been passed into law (and what the lack of passage means for practitioners) at the Law Society of Upper Canada’s 2011 Entertainment & Media Law Symposium, along with my co-panelists Erin Finlay and Giuseppina D’Agostino.  In light of the death of Bill C-32, this, final, commentary round-up offers for consideration some selected materials which have made their way into my RSS feeds over the last few weeks:

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Bob Tarantino

About Bob Tarantino

Bob Tarantino is Counsel at Dentons Canada LLP and focuses his practice on the interface between the entertainment industries and intellectual property law, with an emphasis on film and television production, financing, licensing, distribution, and IP acquisition and protection. His clients range from artists and independent producers to Canadian distributors and foreign studios and financiers at every stage of the creative process, from development to delivery and exploitation.

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