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In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada has rejected the “Promise Doctrine”, calling it “unsound”. The Court found that the promise of a patent is insufficient to determine “whether the utility requirement of s.2 of the Patent Act is met.”

How will the decision impact patent protection in Canada, will it have repercussions on innovation, will it change the way patent practitioners advise their clients? Do we have answers?

Join our experts as they discuss the implications of the ruling on patent law and patent practice in Canada.

Speakers

Scott Beeser Aitken Klee LLP
Kristin Wall Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Moderator

Jason Markwell Belmore Neidrauer LLP

 

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3-5 people: $299
6 or more people: $499

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3-5 people: $349
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