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Canada to Consider Hopping on Board with a Product-Hopping Case

Auteur : George N. Addy

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Davies partners George Addy and Erika Douglas provide insight on the Competition Bureau’s renewed interest in product-hopping, a practice by which branded pharmaceutical manufacturers extend patent protection by introducing a new (similar) product to replace one whose patent is about to expire.

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