Naomi Zener and Tamara Céline Winegust quoted in article "Federal Court liberally interprets certain Copyright Act requirements: IP lawyers" by Canadian Lawyer
June 7, 2021
Naomi Zener and Tamara Céline Winegust were quoted in the article "Federal Court liberally interprets certain Copyright Act requirements: IP lawyers", published by Canadian Lawyer.
“The Federal Court recently suggested a broader interpretation of what it means for fair dealing to qualify as criticism, compared with the treatment of this issue in previous case law and practice, lawyers at Bereskin & Parr LLP have said.
Naomi Zener, counsel whose practice areas include copyright law, and Tamara Céline Winegust, associate and member of the firm’s trademarks and copyright practice group, co-wrote the blog “Court's Liberal Approach to ‘Criticism’ Fair Dealing in Favour of Use of Copyrighted News Material in Political Ads,” with articling student William Audet, which discusses Canadian Broadcasting Corporation v. Conservative Party of Canada, 2021 FC 425.”
This article was first published by Canadian Lawyer on June 3, 2021.