Who would have thought that a corporation could have their Charter rights infringed and suffer cruel and unusual treatment or punishment? In case you did, the Supreme Court has put an end to any such possibility.
Tag: Case law
In July of 2017, the Federal Court of Canada granted the largest damages award in Canadian history for patent infringement…
The Federal Court has issued its decision in Yves Choueifaty v Attorney General of Canada, 2020 FC 837, rejecting the Commissioner of Patents’ “problem-solution” approach to claim construction when assessing subject-matter eligibility for computer patents.