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By David Schwartz, Partner, and Walter Chan, Articling Student, Smart & Biggar, Ottawa Office

The amended United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) affects Canadian intellectual property (IP) law. In this article, those amendments are explained and clarified for in-house use. They are copyright and related rights, patent term adjustment, border measures/enforcement of IP rights, international patents, biologics, international agreements, collective marks, domain names, geographical indications and industrial designs.

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Region: Canada
Interest Area: Intellectual Property
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