As many readers are aware, over the past year or so E-TIPS® has supplemented our coverage of current IP and IT case law with two series of historical interest: the Canadian Inventions and Inventors Series and the Canadian Designs and Designers Series. (You can follow the links to an archive of all 32 mini-articles).
Encouraged by the very positive reaction from our readers of these previous series, we decided to create a further window into the past: an archive of leading Canadian IP case-law. Our window is into the relatively recent past and involves cases that marked significant change/impact within the memory of the lawyers practicing today at DWW. We hope you enjoy our excursion into case law that made a difference and continues to affect the world of IP in Canada today.