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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Netherlands, etc. | 3 Sep 2021

In-house interview: Tips on judging materiality in corporate disclosures

Tarik Gause, director of business and legal affairs at Roku Inc, helps define what constitutes a “material” issue for corporate disclosures, and discusses the impact of ESG on this process.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 25 May 2021

UK NCA: Bribery and corruption risk to rise

In a new report, the agency has warned that criminals are using encrypted messaging services to thwart its investigations, that fintech banks are popular among money launderers, and that the pandemic and Brexit may lead to increased corruption risks for UK companies.
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 16 Sep 2018

Damages for design infringement — An exercise in guesswork?

The two key remedies sought by intellectual property owners in infringement cases are an injunction to stop the infringing conduct and compensation…
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Smart & Biggar | Canada | 16 Apr 2018

Accounting of profits remedy offers significant benefits to patent owners

The availability of an accounting of profits in Canada as a remedy for patent infringement can offer significant benefits to patentees, including in cases involving infringing goods sourced from Canada that are being sold elsewhere. The availability of such a remedy and a number of other factors, including the ability to expedite proceedings and the lower cost of litigation, make Canada an......
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Smart & Biggar | Canada | 11 Apr 2018

Federal Court of Appeal confirms patent infringer not entitled to dictate appropriate remedy

In 2016 the Federal Court found that Apotex and Cobalt had infringed Bayer's valid patent for an oral contraceptive composition. The Federal Court subsequently held that Bayer was entitled to elect between damages and an accounting of Apotex's profits. In so holding, the court disagreed with Apotex's argument that it, rather than Bayer, should be entitled to elect whether Bayer should be......
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Smart & Biggar | Canada | 9 Apr 2018

Federal Court of Appeal confirms patent infringer not entitled to dictate appropriate remedy

In 2016 the Federal Court found that Apotex and Cobalt had infringed Bayer's valid patent for an oral contraceptive composition. The Federal Court subsequently held that Bayer was entitled to elect between damages and an accounting of Apotex's profits. In so holding, the court disagreed with Apotex's argument that it, rather than Bayer, should be entitled to elect whether Bayer should be......
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Smart & Biggar | Canada | 6 Feb 2018

Federal Court of Appeal confirms patent infringer not entitled to dictate appropriate remedy

The Federal Court previously found that Apotex and Cobalt infringed Bayer's valid patent for an oral contraceptive composition combining drospirenone…
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Gowling WLG | Canada, USA | 24 Jan 2018

Top 10 differences in patent litigation in Canada and the U.S.

Patent owners are increasingly looking outside the United States in order to enforce their patent rights. Many would argue that the Inter Partes…
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Youssry Saleh & Partners | Egypt | 22 Jan 2018

The Sole Proprietorship Company in Egypt

Law no. 4 of the year 2018 is considered as an amendment of some articles of the Egyptian Law no. 159 of the year 1981 (the “Companies Law”)[1]. The…
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TLT LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Jul 2017

Account of Profits - a cork-popping result for the owners of Cristal

Champagne Louis Roederer (CLR), owners of the world-famous champagne brand Cristal, recently received a substantial award in the UK High Court…
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