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Dazed And Confused: A Closer Look At The Amended Patented Medicines Regulations
While Friday's announcement of amendments to the Patented Medicines Regulations (the "PMR") may not have introduced any surprises
Canada
19 Aug 2019
2
PMPRB Shakeup – United States And Switzerland No Longer Relevant Countries
The federal government has announced the long-awaited changes to the Patented Medicines Regulations, which are set to come into force on July 1, 2020.
Canada
13 Aug 2019
3
Patent Extension In Russia
Since 2003 it has been possible to extend the duration or term of a Russian patent for a drug, pesticide or agricultural chemical by up to five years.
Russian Federation
9 Aug 2019
4
The Importance Of Intellectual Property Rights In Technology
As technology continues to alter and change the very fabric of how we live and work, it is clear that almost every industry is set to be (or already being) disrupted by innovation
Canada
9 Aug 2019
5
Intellectual Property And Artificial Intelligence In The UK
The front line intellectual property rights for AI and big data are patents, copyright, the sui generis database right and trade secrets.
UK
9 Aug 2019
6
Canada Announces New Patent Collective Pilot Program And IP Marketplace
As part of its Intellectual Property Strategy launched early last year, the government of Canada announced today several initiatives that purport to help Canadian entrepreneurs secure
Canada
7 Aug 2019
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How To Leverage IP To Protect Against Tech Disruption
Intellectual property provides opportunities and defences against technological disruption, so why isn't it higher up the agenda?
UK
2 Aug 2019
8
IP Strategy: What Management Can Learn From The Disruptors
IP strategies that appreciate licensing, connectivity patents and the behaviour of start-ups can give companies the edge in disrupted markets.
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Actavis v Eli Lilly: The Impact On Patent Infringement Law In The UK Two Years On
It is now two years since the UK Supreme Court's judgment in Actavis v Eli Lilly UKSC 48 re-steered in a markedly different direction the law of patent infringement in the UK, stating that there is a doctrine...
UK
24 Jul 2019
10
Publication Of The Finalized Patent Rules, And Announcement Of Coming-Into-Force Date
The Government of Canada published the new Patent Rules in the Canada Gazette Part II today (July 10, 2019). This publication of the finalized Rules
Canada
18 Jul 2019
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Why The C-Suite And IP Team Should Talk
In markets being changed by disruptive technology, intellectual property can be a CEO's best friend. But seeing IP as 'legal' not commercial misses the bigger picture.
Canada
12 Jul 2019
12
Trust The Law Say Legal Teams, But Are They Misguided?
There's a worrying belief among in-house counsel that intellectual property (IP) laws are keeping pace with tech disruption. The truth is the opposite.
UK
8 Jul 2019
13
Going Overboard On Overbreadth
Under the doctrine of overbreadth (also referred to as "claims broader than the invention" and "covetous claiming"), a patent is invalid if its claims extend
Canada
17 Jun 2019
14
How To Increase Damage Awards When Litigating In China For Intellectual Property Infringement
The meager damages awarded in infringement cases in China have long been a headache for intellectual property right holders.
China
17 Jun 2019
15
Five Golden Rules For Patenting Your Tech
There's no question that intellectual property is the lifeblood of the global tech sector, and growing companies that play fast and loose with their patents do so at their own peril. Indeed
Canada
11 Jun 2019
16
Jaguar Land Rover V LandWind: Acts Of Unfair Competition And Copyright Infringement
On 13 March 2019, the three-year court battle between British automotive manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover ("JLR") and Chinese automotive manufacturer Jiangling Motors Corporation ("Jiangling")
China
6 Jun 2019
17
Law To Improve Accessibility To Marketing Authorisations For Drugs Could Have Some Nasty Side-Effects
Precis: The Russian Ministry of Health has introduced a draft bill that clarifies the application process for marketing authorisations for a drug.
Russian Federation
2 May 2019
18
Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines: Settlements Of Proceedings Under The PM(NOC) Regulations
The Competition Bureau (the "Bureau") is an independent law enforcement agency, that ensures Canadian businesses and consumers operate in a competitive ...
Canada
23 Apr 2019
19
UK Supreme Court Explains The Law Of Obviousness
Several generic pharmaceutical companies have prevailed in the UK Supreme Court in a patent dispute testing the practical bounds of patent protection for dosing regimens:
UK
15 Apr 2019
20
Competition Bureau Releases 2019 Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines
As an independent federal law enforcement agency, the Competition Bureau (the "Bureau") seeks to ensure that Canadian business and consumers prosper in a competitive and innovative marketplace.
Canada
11 Apr 2019
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