The Dentons Canada IP podcast series covers a broad range of intellectual property topics on patents, trademarks, copyright and trade secrets including IP strategy, prosecution, licensing and litigation, with an emphasis on the practical side - giving companies of all sizes and industries the latest IP developments they should be thinking about.
Spotlight on trademark regimes in different regions: Canada, Chile and New Zealand
In this cross-regional episode focused on trademarks, Panagiota Dafniotis and Jennifer McKay, partners from Dentons Canada are joined by Dentons partners Carolina del Río from Chile and Jenni Rutter from New Zealand to discuss key global trends and differences in trademarks between the regions that brand owners need to be aware of.
AI, Blockchain and the Metaverse: Examining the risks & liability
In this episode, Panagiota Dafniotis, partner and national lead of Dentons’ Canada Intellectual Property (IP) group, is joined by senior counsel Ron Hedges, Dentons New York, to discuss risk and liability considerations and legal emerging issues impacting artificial intelligence, blockchain and the metaverse.
Legal issues in the metaverse
The metaverse has become a hot topic. In this episode, Panagiota Dafniotis, partner and national lead of Dentons’ Intellectual Property (IP) group, is joined by counsel Bob Tarantino and senior associate Sam Gabor who discuss the practical applications that the metaverse is likely to have and the emerging legal issues we can expect to see in the metaverse.
An IP success story feat. Novarc Technologies and the BDC
In this episode, Panagiota Dafniotis and Richard Johnson, partners at Dentons Canada are joined by Soroush Karimzadeh, CEO & Founder of Novarc Technologies and Lally Remetilla Managing Partner, BDC to discuss how Novarc leveraged its robust IP portfolio to access $2.6M in growth capital through the BDC’s IP backed financing fund and further how the company protects their innovation through IP and how the funding has helped Novarc accelerate its growth.
Intro to patents: Why they matter to your company
This podcast episode discusses the fundamental aspects of patents that companies should know. Panagiota Dafniotis, Richard Johnson and Paul den Boef of Dentons Canada LLP discuss the important basics of patent law, why patents matter to companies, and share insight on their Canadian and global perspectives.
Copyright – easy to acquire, easy to infringe
In this episode, Panagiota Dafniotis, partner and national lead of Dentons’ Intellectual Property (IP) group, is joined by counsel Margot Patterson and Bob Tarantino who offer practical answers and best practices for many of the common questions and misconceptions that arise regarding copyright law in Canada to do with use, consequences of infringement, licensing and more.