Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in the case of Teva Canada Limited v. Pfizer Canada Inc., et al. (Sildenafil) (SCC case #33951) which is an appeal from Federal Court of Appeal decision 2010 FCA 242. The key issue raised in the appeal is the sufficiency of the description in the patent at issue.
The court also granted leave in the copyright case, Access Copyright (Province of Alberta as represented by the Minister of Education, et al. v. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency Operating as “Access Copyright” – SCC case #33888) which relates to fair dealing in the educational context.