New book display: Fair Use/Dealings Week

A book display with three books, on two levels of a bookcase. In the middle is a sign that says "New and featured books: Fair Dealings Week". Book titles are in the blog post.In honour of Fair Use/Fair Dealings week, here are some of the resources available in the Great Library:


  • The Annotated Copyright Act by Normand Tamaro (Thomson Reuters, 2017)
  • Intellectual Property Litigation : Forms and Precedents by Paul V. Lomic (LexisNexis, 2016)
  • Intellectual Property Journal (Vol. 1-28, 1984-2016)


*You must be signed in to the Law Society of Manitoba’s Member’s Portal before you are able to view these e-resources. If you are outside of Manitoba, please get in touch with your respective Law Society Library.

Articles & Websites
The following resources are freely available online for anyone to view:

  • Fair Dealing Canada – Resource hub for fair dealing in Canada
  • Michael Geist‘s website
  • Howard Knopf’s website, “Excess Copyright”
  • Here Come The Copyright Bots For Hire, With Lawyers In Tow by Steven Mendelez
    • “Anyone can now find infringers, send take-down requests, and quickly demand thousands in damages. Can the trolls be far behind?”
  • The Saga of Canada’s “Making Available Right” in Three Acts by Cameron Hutchison
    • “Enter our protagonist – the “making available right” [MAR] – which effectively identifies the point of upload as the situs of infringement, thus promising to remedy this situation. The uploader is the one who perpetrates infringement and this entity is now deterred from doing this for fear of being sued. […] it matters not whether the work uploaded is ultimately streamed or copied – we have “our man” and we do not need to worry about those downstream parties.”
  • Slaw also has an entire category dedicated to Intellectual Property

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