Publications

Paul is a frequent contributor to legal publications. Paul is the editor and an author of two books: Social Media and Internet Law - Forms and Precedents (2018) and Intellectual Property Litigation - Forms and Precedents (2016) both published by LexisNexis. Paul is also the general editor of Communications Law in Canada (loose-leaf) by LexisNexis. Additional selected publications are below.

  • Paul Lomic and Agnes Ng, "Interlocutory injunction granted in trademark case" Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), August 2017, Volume 36, No. 5

  • Sabrina Salituro and Paul Lomic, "Costs Awarded where trademark used in website metatags" Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), January 2017, Volume 35, No. 10

  • Paul Lomic and Sabrina Salituro, "Supreme Court of Canada considers technological neutrality in copyright law " Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), April 2016, Volume 35, No. 1

  • Paul Lomic and Jennifer Sander, "Case Summary: Vancouver Community College v. Vancouver Career College (Burnaby), 2015 BCSC 1470" IPIC Bulletin, January/February 2016

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, "Use of competitor trademark in search engine keyword ad" Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), January 2016, Volume 34, No. 10

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, "Changes to Industrial Design Act in Canada" Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), May 2015, Volume 34, No. 2

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, "Changes to Canadian trademark law" Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), December 2014, Volume 33, No. 9

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Court balances privacy rights and copyright enforcement” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), May 2014, Volume 33, No. 2

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Federal Court awards $10.5 million for copyright infringment” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), April 2014, Volume 33, No. 1

  • Tiffany Soucy, Kiran Bains and Paul Lomic, “Canada introduces bill to combat counterfeiting” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), June 2013, Volume 32, No. 3

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Supreme Court clarifies sufficiency of disclosure” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), January 2013, Volume 31, No. 10

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Sound trade-marks registrable in Canada” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), June 2012, Volume 31, No. 3

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Case Summary: Eurocopter v. Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Limiteé, [2012] FC 113”, IPIC Bulletin, March/April 2012, Vo. 312, pp. 6-7

  • Matthew Norwood and Paul Lomic, “New approach for summary judgment in Ontario courts” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), March 2012, Volume 30, No. 12

  • Co-chair, Protecting Innovation in High-Tech Industries, Ontario Bar Assoiciation, Continuing legal education seminar, May 24, 2012

  • Benjamin Mak, Matthew Norwood, Robert Wilkes and Paul Lomic, "Business Methods" patentable: Amazon.com update, Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), February 2012, Volume 30, No. 11

  • Jennifer Sander and Paul Lomic, “Appeal on lack of sound prediction succeeds” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), December 2011, Volume 30, No. 9

  • Paul Tackaberry and Paul Lomic, “Supreme Court clarifies ‘likelihood of confusion’ test” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), August 2011, Volume 30, No. 5

  • Joanna Pitkin and Paul Lomic, “Canadian court denies stay despite concurrent U.S. action” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), July 2011, Volume 30, No. 4

  • Benjamin E. Mak and Paul V. Lomic, “Business Methods can be patented” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), December 2010, Volume 29, No. 9

  • Paul V. Lomic and J. Douglas Wilson “Court finds online music previews are fair dealing” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), July 2010, Volume 29, No. 4

  • Paul V. Lomic and J. Douglas Wilson “Federal Courts improving litigation process” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), August 2009, Volume 28, No. 5

  • Mala Joshi, Paul Lomic and Dylan White “Overview of Intellectual Property”, Written Materials for Ontario Bar Association (Continuing Legal Education - Seminar) “Intellectual Property Issues in a Non-IP Context”, May 4, 2009

  • Paul V. Lomic “Federal Court initiatives streamline adversarial process” The Lawyers Weekly (a LexisNexis Publication), January 30, 2009

  • Paul V. Lomic and J. Douglas Wilson “Supreme Court of Canada unanimously upholds selection patents” Legal Alert (a Carswell Publication), January 2009, Volume 27, No. 10

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