Wilson & Lafleur
Catalogue » Détail

347.801.18

Canadian Patent Law, 3rd Edition

Auteur(s) :
Perry, Stephen J.; Currier, T. Andrew
Éditeur :
LexisNexis
Année :
2018
Nombre de pages :
726
Type de reliure :
Hardcover
ISBN :
978-0-433-49643-4
Prix :
305,00 $
Format :
Papier

Table des matières  

Présentation

The first and second edition of Canadian Patent Law has garnered praise from patent and IP law practitioners. The book has proven to be a reliable practice guide for many patent lawyers and agents, and was cited numerous times in a landmark 2012 Supreme Court of Canada case. Now in its third edition, this book remains the only Canadian patent law text written from a patent prosecutor's perspective. The authors, both agents themselves, delve into the most fundamental legal and practical issues that Canadian patent lawyers and agents confront in everyday practice before the courts and the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO). This gem of a book is written in a refreshingly clear, straightforward manner, helping patent practitioners resolve patent law problems found in even the most complex patent matter. 

New To This Edition

  • Explains significant new amendments to the Patent Act which are expected in early 2019
  • New and updated case law throughout the text
  • Explains the decision in AstraZeneca Canada Inc. v. Apotex Inc. in relation to the Promise of the Patent  (the So-called “Promise Doctrine”) and its implications for patent law both in Canada and abroad

What You Will Find In This Book

  • Teaches the principles of Canadian patent law through the "bargain theory", a method of legal analysis Canadian courts are increasingly using
  • The book explains the "bargain theory" in clear terms, applying it to various aspects of patent law. Basic issues include:
    • What constitutes an "invention"?
    • Has the invention been adequately "disclosed"?
    • Was a defendant actually practicing the "invention"?
  • Drawings and flowcharts explain complex issues such as novelty grace periods, patent filing procedures, and prosecution with CIPO
  • The authors have carefully selected only a few cases and quotations – usually the top cases – to illustrate key concepts and points

Who Should Purchase This Book

  • Patent & IP Practitioners – Provides invaluable insight and guidance for patent lawyers who require a "patent prosecutor's perspective" in handling their case files
  • In-house Lawyers – Gives guidance on IP management and strategy, ideal for corporate counsel at technology, pharma, biosciences and manufacturing
  • Patent Agents – Provides useful instructions for patent agents who handle patent prosecution work
  • Law Libraries – This book is a necessary addition to any collection of reference materials dealing with patent law in Canada
  • Law Students –To use as a resource in patent law courses
  • Chief Technology Officers & Senior Engineers – Gives a useful overview of key patent and IP principles, indispensable to managers who oversee IP inventions as part of their job duties

Également d'intérêt en Copyrights/Brevets



330 internautes ont consulté cette page.

Copyright © 2019 Librairie Wilson & Lafleur inc. Tous droits réservés