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New @IPilogue Post: ‘Users’ Rights and Realities: CCH, Fair Dealing, and the Experiences at Canadian Cultural Institutions’

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“Recent research is shining a new light onto the Supreme Court of Canada’s (SCC) decision that is said to have ‘reconceptualized’ fair dealing as an integral part of copyright law in Canada (Craig, p. 449). During a 29 September 2014 lecture in the IPOsgoode Speaks Series, Dr. Emily Hudson, the Career Development Fellow in Intellectual Property Law at the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre at the University of Oxford, questioned the prevailing legal and academic perceptions of the CCH Canadian Ltd. v. Law Society of Upper Canada (2004 SCC 13) judgment in a research presentation entitled: ‘Copyright Exceptions as Users’ Rights? An Empirical Critique’.”

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