Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Members of the Congress of the United States Express Concern Regarding Canada’s “Lack of Adequate and Effective Intellectual Property Rights”

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Last week, members of the Congress of the United States wrote the United States Trade Representative “to express [their] strong concerns about lack of adequate and effective intellectual property (IP) rights in Canada.” This group further states “we believe that Canadian courts have significantly weakened patent standards through a unique misinterpretation of the international accepted utility standard, directly harming the competitiveness and economic growth of U.S. innovators.” This group requested elevation of Canada to the Intellectual Property Priority Watch List.

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Kay Palmer, Ph.D.