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David Rosner, Oct 14, 2015
In 2014, the Canadian Competition Bureau embarked on a multi-phase process to update its Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines. The update was needed to reflect legislative and policy developments that had occurred since the IPEGs were first issued in 2000.
The IPEGs are important because they are the only meaningful Canadian guidance available to patent holders and users about how the Competition...