Notice of Motion contained within a Motion Record on behalf of Plaintiff in writing to be placed before the Court in Ottawa for an Order awarding the plainff a lump sum of $549,703 in accordance with the award of of costs made in its favour in the Judgment issued 12-JUL-2017; and such further relief filed on 10-AUG-2017
Friday, August 11, 2017
On August 10, 2017 Access Copyright filed a motion for costs which appears on the docket as follows:
I will likely have more to say about this in due course. But, for the moment, suffice it to say that this sought-after figure of ~$550,000 is only for Phase I and, of course, does not include any potential damages.
With the NAFTA renegotiation set to start on August 16, 2017, I am posting two of my own personal inputs:
- This is my submission to Global Affairs Canada dated July 18, 2017 on copyright and ISDS
- This is my concerning copyright entitled “Canada Can Stand Its Ground on Copyright in NAFTA Renegotiations: It’s all about knowing when to say no”. This was based on the first part of my aforementioned July 18, 2017 submission to Global Affairs.