Intellectual Property may be part of a company that is acquired or with which another company merges. The Intellectual Property can take ... Read more »
I Have a Patent, Now What?
The Problem Your concept may be novel and your invention may be exactly what everybody needs. However, unless you get your patented ide... Read more »
Are Isolated Human Genes Patentable In Canada?
As detailed in a previous blog , the U.S. Supreme Court found that “[a] naturally occurring DNA segment is a product of nature and not pat... Read more »
US Supreme Court rules that isolated human genes are not patentable
http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/12pdf/12-398_8njq.pdf In a ruling that is sure to send reverberations around the world of intellectu... Read more »
Supreme Court Revises Decision on Teva v. Pfizer
Originally featured on June 6, 2013 in an MBM Newsflash The Supreme Court of Canada has made a decision on Pfizer’s motion regarding the... Read more »
Anti-Monopoly Laws In China
The Anti-Monopoly laws (AML) in China have been put in place to promote the “public interest” and constitute the equivalent of anti-trust la... Read more »
It is always interesting how things change and how technologies from completely different fields can be integrated together to create some... Read more »
New Examination Practice Respecting Computer-Implemented Inventions
In March 2013, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) issued new practice guidelines regarding both purposive construction and ... Read more »