Graham Hood speaks on trademark and copyright law considerations for Cannabis producers at University of Toronto
Toronto senior associate, Graham Hood, will join a panel of tech and IP legal professionals on March 4th at the University of Toronto. The panel discussion is a part of the Technology and Intellectual Property (TIP) Annual Conference hosted by the University of Toronto Law School’s TIP Group. Based on his expertise, Graham has been invited to discuss the copyright and trademark law considerations for licensed producers and other players in Canada’s cannabis industry. Each panelist will deliver a 15 minute presentation followed by a Q&A period with a moderator and attendees.
The purpose of the TIP Conference is to generate student interest in IP and technology law by exposing them to interesting technology-adjacent legal issues of the moment.
The Technology and Intellectual Property (TIP) Group is a group of law students who are interested in intellectual property, biotechnology, information technology and law. Throughout the year, the TIP Group hosts seminars with practicing lawyers who speak about the latest developments in technology and intellectual property law.
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