2015 in Canadian IP cases: patent
Managing IP is rounding up important intellectual property decisions coming out of Canadian courts last year. In two patent cases, the Court of Appeal suggested a new legal test for determining the relevance of a non-infringing alternative and ruled that a generic cannot make a claim for innovator profits under the doctrine of unfair enrichment
This is part of a series rounding up the biggest IP cases in Canada in 2015. You can view the copyright and trade mark overviews by clicking on the links below.
2015 in Canadian IP cases: copyright
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