Tensar Technologies Ltd v. Enviro-Pro Geosynthetics Ltd, 2019 FC 277

Justice Manson - 2019-03-06

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This action concerns the validity and infringement of Canadian Patent 2,491,858 [the ‘858 Patent, or the Walsh Patent], entitled “Geogrid or Mesh Structure”, which is owned by Tensar Technologies, Limited. ... The Defendant asserts that the Tri-Grid Products do not infringe any of the claims of the ‘858 Patent, and counterclaims that the ‘858 Patent is invalid because the claims in issue in the ‘858 Patent would have been obvious at the relevant claim date to a person skilled in the art. ... The results in this action are: Validity: Claims 6 to 8, 11 to 13, and 18 to 31 of the ‘858 Patent are not obvious and are valid. Infringement: Claims 6 to 8, 11 to 13, and 18 to 31 are not infringed by the Defendant.

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Canadian Intellectual Property