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Proposed Amendments To The PM(NOC) Regulations Under CETA
Proposed regulations to implement Bill C-30 were published on July 14, including proposed amendments to the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) (PM(NOC)) Regulations.
Canada
23 Aug 2017
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Supreme Court Of Canada Overturns The Promise Doctrine
After a decade of wreaking havoc in Canadian patent law, the "Promise Doctrine" has been dramatically scaled back.
Canada
17 Jul 2017
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Internet "Framing" Is A Valid Ground For Copyright Infringement In Canada
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently held that internet "framing" is a valid ground for copyright infringement in Canada, in Trader Corporation v. CarGurus, Inc (Trader Corp).
Canada
14 Jun 2017
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Federal Court Of Appeal Finds No Settlement Agreement Between Allergan And Apotex
In Apotex v Allergan, the Federal Court of Appeal considered whether settlement discussions between the parties had actually resulted in a binding settlement agreement.
Canada
6 Jun 2016
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Supreme Court Reaffirms Technological Neutrality In Copyright Royalty Disputes
In Canadian Broadcasting Corporation v. SODRAC 2003 Inc. (SODRAC),bern the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously reaffirmed the principle of technological neutrality in copyright law.
Canada
26 Jan 2016
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Order Against Google Upheld By B.C. Court
Despite this measure, the defendants continued to make sales to customers outside of Canada.
Canada
29 Sep 2015
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Canada’s Federal Appeal Court Clarifies When Patents Can Be Invalidated
Canada's Federal Court of Appeal last week released a decision in Corlac Inc. v. Weatherford Canada Ltd. that makes clear that the failure to respond in good faith to a requisition made during prosecution of the underlying patent application cannot be used to invalidate an issued patent.
Canada
1 Aug 2011
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Canada Proposes Major Changes to Copyright Law
Far-reaching changes to Canada’s copyright regime are proposed by the new Bill C-32, which was introduced in Parliament on June 2.
Canada
25 Jun 2010
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Abuse Of Process Clarified By Canadian Federal Court Of Appeal
In a recent decision, Apotex Inc. v. Janssen-Ortho Inc, the Federal Court of Appeal has limited the scope of the abuse of process doctrine in applications under the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations.
Canada
30 Jun 2009
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Canada´s Federal Court Of Appeal Limits Damages Available To Delayed Generics
On June 4, 2009, in Merck Frosst Canada Inc. v. Apotex, Inc., the Federal Court of Appeal released an important decision limiting the range of damages available in actions under section 8 of the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations.
Canada
9 Jun 2009
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Supreme Court Of Canada Upholds Selection Patents
Selection patents represent a crucial instrument for protecting beneficial technological advances.
Canada
7 Nov 2008
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Significant And Controversial Proposed Amendments To Canadian Copyright Act
On June 12, 2008, the Conservative federal government tabled Bill C-61 to amend the Copyright Act, describing it as a “made in Canada” solution to bring it in line with advances in telecommunications technology and current international standards.
Canada
25 Jun 2008
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Torys Successfully Defends Patents For Viagra® And Lipitor®
Torys lawyers have successfully represented Pfizer in two cases before the Federal Court of Canada, defending allegations against patents covering Viagra and Lipitor.
Canada
 
12 Oct 2007
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Constitutionality of the Trade-marks Act: A Case Comment on Kirkbi AG v. Ritvik Holdings Inc.
The fight between Lego (Kirkbi AG) and Mega Bloks (Ritvik Holdings Inc.) was, at its heart, a battle to monopolize the market for children’s multi-coloured building blocks.
Canada
 
31 Aug 2006
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Patent Litigation: Choosing Between the United States and Canada
Multinational companies must plan for, obtain and enforce large portfolios of intellectual property in every commercially significant jurisdiction.
Canada
3 Mar 2005
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Choosing between Canada and the United States: Patent Law and Litigation
Business in the 21st century has gone global. Multinational companies must plan for, obtain and enforce large IP portfolios in every commercially significant jurisdiction.
Canada
6 Jan 2005
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How to Stop Grey Goods
The liberalization of international trade means big challenges for IP rights owners. Louis S Ederer and Andrew Bernstein of Torys LLP analyze how brand owners can combat grey goods in Canada using trademark and other laws
Canada
 
12 Sep 2004
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ISP Liability: Canada’s Proposed Copyright Reforms
Technology has always driven copyright reform. Each new medium—from audio recordings to television—has offered a new way to capture and disseminate ideas.
Canada
 
31 Aug 2004
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