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The first in a series of advanced webinars for the experienced IP practitioner

In theory, interlocutory injunctions can be a potent weapon for a patentee. In reality, they are more fairy tale than patent remedy. Is the tri-partite test still relevant? Are traditional measures of irreparable harm meaningful in patent infringement cases? Why are injunctions relatively more obtainable in trademark and copyright cases? Join us for a lively debate between our panelists on these and other issues related to interlocutory injunctions.


Norman Siebrasse University of New Brunswick
Brian Daley Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP


Kavita Ramamoorthy FINEBERG.LEGAL LLP

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