Swist v. Meg Energy Corp, 2020 FC 759
Justice Fothergill - 2020-07-13
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Swist alleges that MEG’s use of eMSAGP and eMVAPEX to extract oil at Christina Lake infringes claims 1 to 6 and 8 of the 746 Patent. MEG denies infringement. MEG also counterclaims that the Asserted Claims, and the 746 Patent in its entirety, are invalid. ... Each party objects to the other party’s proposed expert reports in reply. Swist objects to the entirety of the Gates Reply, but acknowledges that most of the Carey Reply is proper. MEG objects to the Walters Reply and the Rao Reply in their entirety.
Decision relates to:
- T-1069-14 - JASON SWIST ET AL v. MEG ENERGY CORP.