Vanessa Udy explores the ways in which aboriginal peoples in Canada and the United States have used intellectual property laws to promote their cultural heritage and to protect it from negative stereotypes and cultural appropriation.
This was an internal presentation made for ROBIC, LLP on April 16, 2015, and recorded for IPinCH. Vanessa Udy is a Lawyer at ROBIC and an IPinCH Associate.
- Indigenous Peoples, Cultural Heritage, and the Law (Research Theme)
- Commodifications of Cultural Heritage (Research Theme)