In the sixth and final piece of the series, we present a summary highlighting the key takeaways for how cannabis businesses can protect their intellectual property in Canada.
In the 5th installation, the author takes a deep dive into copyrights and protecting works of creative expression in Canada.
In the 4th part of the series, Naiberg tackles trademarks and how cannabis businesses should go about protecting their brand identity in Canada
In part 3 of the series, Naiberg tackles plant breeders’ rights and how cannabis breeders in Canada could protect new plant varieties.
In Part 2 of the series, Naiberg discusses how cannabis business owners can protect new technologies and inventions through applying for a patent.
Richard Naiberg starts his series of articles with an in-depth look at how cannabis businesses should protect trade secrets.
Near Infrared can be used to monitor growth & curing processes for R&D.
Stricter labelling and analytical testing requirements are two of the most important rule changes.
Canada’s temporary regulations include a provision for growing cannabis at home, but much of the regulatory model has yet to be illustrated.
Health Canada’s regulatory framework will require a number of changes by the end of this year.