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The Supreme Court of Canada issued its decision in Google v. Equustek on June 28, 2017, upholding an injunction requiring Google to remove links to infringing websites from its worldwide search results.

The decision is expected to have far-reaching implications and represents a powerful statement by the SCC that Canadian courts of equity have broad jurisdiction to issue injunctions against parties and non-parties alike, including with extraterritorial effect, provided the injunction would be just and equitable in all the circumstances of the case.  

Implications of the decision on litigation practice in Canada will be discussed.   


Daniel Anthony Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh
Michael Crichton Gowling WLG


Erin Creber MBM Intellectual Property Law


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