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By Noel Courage
If your company is still relatively new to patenting, here are some tips for smoother sailing.
By Jennifer McKenzie, Catherine Lovrics, Tony Orsi
Since 1997, Advertising Standards Canada (ASC) has been responsible for preclearing consumer directed advertising of non-prescription drugs.
By Paul Horbal
In September of this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) issued a notable decision regarding patentable subject matter.
By Ken Bousfield
On November 21, 2016, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit released its decision in Unwired Planet v. Google Inc. concerning the applicability of the "Covered Business Method"...
By Jennifer McKenzie, Catherine Lovrics
On April 28, 2016, we first reported on the Competition Bureau's legal proceedings against Canadian based parka manufacturer, Moose Knuckles, concerning allegedly misleading claims...
By Noel Courage
Punitive damages are the exception rather than the rule for patent infringers in Canada, even in the case of a defendant that knows it is most likely infringing the patent.
By Cynthia Rowden, R. Scott MacKendrick
Litigation results are never fully predictable. That point is brought home clearly by a recent decision of the Federal Court in Heather Ruth McDowell v Laverana GmbH KG (2016 FC 1276, per Fothergill J.)
By Noelle Engle-Hardy
The recent decision of the Opposition Board in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP v. Banks DIH Ltd1 highlights the importance of carefully describing goods and services to reflect...
By Alain Alphonse
La Cour a entièrement accepté la procédure de procès sommaire et le calendrier proposés par les parties.
By Noel Courage
The "promise doctrine" is getting a lot of press in the pharma industry. We know that some big pharma companies are ticked off, for example, from Eli Lilly launching a NAFTA...
By Susan Keri, Jonathan Burkinshaw
On November 9, 2016, the Canadian Trademarks Office issued a Practice Notice to clarify its position with respect to trademarks that are geographic names.
By Cynthia Rowden, Mark Robbins
With Canada-US trade so important, and a transcontinental border crossed by hundreds of thousands daily, American businesses often encounter trademark issues in Canada.
By Brigitte Chan, François Larose
In a press release yesterday, the Québec Government announced that the proposed amendments to the Regulations under the Charter of the French Language will come into force on November 24, 2016.
By Cynthia Rowden, R. Scott MacKendrick, Laura MacDonald
On October 30, 2016, Canada and the European Union officially signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Bill C-30, the CETA Implementation Act, was tabled on October 31, 2016.
By Brigitte Chan, François Larose
Le Gouvernement du Québec a annoncé, hier, que les modifications règlementaires sur l'affichage commercial en vertu de la Charte de la langue française entreront en vigueur le 24 novembre 2016.
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