My article on patent prosecution after the Federal Court of Appeal’s Weatherford decision was published today on the legal blog, Slaw. Over the summer several IP contributors have been writing short articles for the blog.
My article, “Patents, Prosecution and Pitfalls“, highlights some of the potential problems for patent applicants which will not be ‘solved’ by the Weatherford decision.
- Paula Bremner (Sim, Lowman, Ashton & Mckay LLP) who wrote about the test for sound prediction.
- Lorraine Fleck (Hoffer Adler LLP) who wrote about the difference between Canada and US trademark practice.
- Ariel Katz (Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto) who wrote about copyright tariff proceedings.
- Howard Knopf (Macera & Jarzyna LLP)
- Martin Kratz (Bennett Jones LLP) who wrote about the Supreme Court’s copyright decisions.
Thanks to Simon Fodden for allowing us to contribute.