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New guidelines designed to discourage anti-competitive behaviour in IP

News | 05/18/2000 4:00 am EDT

The Competition Bureau has issued new guidelines on how it would use federal legislation to enforce intellectual property (IP) rights. The 53-page document, entitled Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines (http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/pics/ct/ipegs-e.pdf) is the second draft of the guidelines, and the result of a symposium hosted by the bureau and attended by scholars, government officials, and other leading thinkers on IP and competition law.

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