CPCC has announced today that it will not seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada from the January 10, 2008 decision of the Federal Court of Appeal quashing the Copyright Board's decision to hold a hearing to set a tariff on digital audio recorders. (I acted in this matter for the Retail Council of Canada, which along with Apple Canada, etc. had brought the applications to quash.)
Jack Kapica has a blog on this today, as well as his prediction on the much awaited copyright legislation.
Thursday, February 07, 2008
CPCC won't seek leave to appeal...
Posted by Howard Knopf at 8:12 pm
Labels: "iPod tax", cpcc, digital audio recorders, levies
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That's too bad. I wanted to see if the Supreme Court would issue a same-day verdict ;)ReplyDelete