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Canada and Americas supplements now online



Michael Loney


Our latest supplements, on Canada and the Americas, are now available to read online. They include articles on Canada’s new drug and biosimilar patent linkage system and litigation landscape, Brazil’s new Civil Procedure Code, and Mexico’s boundaries of patent claim amendment

Managing IP has just published our latest supplements, focusing on Canada and the Americas.

The Canada supplement includes  an article on the country’s new drug and biosimilar patent linkage system. Bradley White and Nathaniel Lipkus of Osler Hoskin & Harcourt reveal it will fundamentally change the nature of proceedings.

The supplement also has an article on the landscape for IP litigation. Kevin Siu and Steven Garland of Smart & Biggar outline the benefits for global rights owners.

Managing IP also analysed the five most important decisions in Canada so far this year, including two from the Supreme Court and three from the Federal Court.

The Americas supplement includes an article on Brazil’s new Civil Procedure Code, which came into force last year. Breno Akherman and André Oliveira of Daniel Legal & IP Strategy analyse its impact on IP litigation so far.

The supplement also features an article exploring the boundaries of patent claim amendment in Mexico. Víctor Garrido of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co argue that clarity is needed on certain aspects of the law regarding patent claim amendment.

Managing IP has also this year published supplements on Asia-Pacific, Europe, China and Turkey. You can view them all here.

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