It must have been really nice to have worked as an IP expert for the US Trade Representative (USTR) during the 1990s. Almost everything they proposed would become law. The global maximalist agenda had the large international institutions on its side. The golden age of international maximalism saw the creation of the WTO, the TRIPS […]
I was one of the lucky few that had the chance to take part in the inaugural IP Intensive program last term at Osgoode Hall Law School. Before coming to Osgoode, I was a musician for over a decade, so I was thrilled when I received the news that my placement was at the Society […]
Earlier this year, the Westminster Magistrates’ Court found that a young British student could be extradited to the United States to face allegations of copyright infringement. The United States Justice Department requested that he be extradited under the Extradiction Act, 2003 and the US-UK Extradition Treaty.