Faculty of Law
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will introduce the federal government's latest budget on March 22, 2017.
Richard Gold, Faculty of Law, McGill University
His area of expertise is innovation policy, the clusters the government is announcing, and other programs they may mention to bolster how Canadian firms can become world players. He teaches in the area of intellectual property, international intellectual property, comparative intellectual property, innovation policy and intellectual property management.
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